Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: March 30, 1923
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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tablished 1879. Subscription-Per Year, $2.00; Six Months, $1.00-Payable in Advance. E, S. "T Matthews,, Editor and=Proprietor.

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| Star Tuesday and Aednesd.iy :Mr. 1111.1h'K.: E.1.: Johns vntilned '-
CITYJARSHAl/! BUSINESS MEN AND FARMERS the bridge l club Tuesdii.ce. -
Next Tuesday and Wednesday, Apr. sing at their hospitable. home on :N. I I "

,' and 4th, the Presbytery and the I Walnut street.Vases .
J'\'!\ : and Keeper Saved From Ladies I' and bowls of. choice
Lunatic a i Presbyterial of this district E\ERY PERSON INTERESTED:' IN DKATII ()Jo' TOM MORRIS roses
Horrible Death j meets with the Starke Presbyterian WELFARE OF COMMUNITY: :' vt'ere used"' for decorations, and threeables The lasting of a conduit in the big
I church. i were laid for bridge. The ditch which tarries off much of tho
ast Thursday, just as the north- ', The meetings of the Presbytery HOUSE SATURDAY AFTER I Much sorrow was felt here Monday game resulted in N. Stcrnlierg winning nun water till the way from Call t:

find express arrived ut the depot I j will be held in the church and the ;NOON.; I I ufternun; when it was known that first prize, a pair of hand painted street to the (depot has been completed ,i '0
?M. Joyner, adjudged insane, and I meetings of the Ladies Presbyterialwill Tom :Morris had died .iii a Jackson- vases and! J. \\'. Andrews, Jr., reeived by J. T. Quiglin', t'-o' cojUruitor. :'

I, eeper from the state insane asy- be held in the auditorium of theWoman's I I villo hospital. On account of severe the booby prize, a inndle stick 'I'his work whit a !h. r contractor ):
I A meeting: of the business men of I Illness! he was taken to Jacksonville and i
1" >, were standing near the truck, Club House.I haxini all the Iw,' dy to board the train and proceed I !i Rev. Patterson of New York City, Starke and the farmers of the surrounding Friday afternoon, so he could receive The charming hostena nerved a de- would not cnniidor us of much nio-

t I, F'Chattahoochee.. As the train came i j representing the Board, will be present i section is called for Saturday a spucialist's attention, but he steadily clous salad course of potato chips, meat was one of coniule-rubK1 magnitude

to within 25 or 30 feet of the men, "I also Mrs. Taylor, of PhlladelI i: afternoon at 4 o'clock and it is grew worse until Monday after saltines, chicken salad, sandwiches! to one who was not prepared for
ner broke away from his keeper I phia. There will be delegates from hoped That all interested in the welfare l- noon when he passed awuy. lives and ice tea. it. lint It Is now (completed and In

threw himself on the track with Gainesville, Green Cove, St. Augus- of the community will be pres Tom was a popular student in the Besides the host and hostess, :Mr. the bent manner.

intention of committing suicide. tine, Eustis, Crescent City, Weirsdale ent. tenth grade of the li. H. S., wan a and Mrs. Johns, theru were present Besides the conduit, the contract
e keeper tried to drag him away. Crystal River and DeLand. During the present week the move- member of the Boy Scouts, Troop No. Mr. and Mrs. N. Stl'rnbl'rlCII'! and included the repairing[ of tho ends of
Rrshal Silas Kite, standing close The following program will be ob- ment of berries has been greatly hampered 1, attended! the B. Y. P. U., and hisU'ath Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. and !Mrs. O. the culvert across Cherry street and
by the shortage of carrying ( i is keenly felt by the ... Beasley Dr. and Mrs. K. L. ,
F, caw the great danger of the men; served: young Riggs, building: a retaining wall at each end
facilities. For a long time the growers people with whom he associated. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. that
s.quickly grabbed both of them and Tuesday, 7:30 P. M. hold the piping in place and
yO'almost superhuman strength pull- The retiring moderator, Rev. John have been accustomed to dependon Tuesday's Times-Union gave the prevent the earth from caving./ This

l.,them off the track only a few inch- S. Axtell, D. D., Crescent City, will the f. o. b. buyers to see that refrigerator following notice of his death: "Thomas MRS. UlCCS; ENTERTAINED:' THE: had also been dune in the best manner $

")', in front of the pilot. The traina preach the opening sermon from Mat. boxes 'and cars were on Henry Morris, the 16-year-old son KRIDCK CLUB and Mr.[ Qulgley may well be proudof
hand to take care of the movement of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Morris
speed of about six miles an 18:17-19: "The Spiritual Character of work
'Ir, sq that the whole episode tooklace the Church" of berries, and generally the buyers 1930 Liberty street, died yesterday Thursday evening Mrs K. L. Biggs

in but a few moments. Mr. I The communion of the Lord's Sup- have bought pretty much all of the afternoon after a brief illness. The entertained the bridge club at her UE.\I'll OF MR. DURSCHELL:
Cite was sore all over the body for per will be administered by Rev. D. fruit| and looked out for the .nove- body, accompanied by his parents, home on N. Walnut street.

\ several days afterward on account of j I Morrison, D. D., and Rev. George E. ment to the markets. This week was forwarded last night to Pasca- The bridge game tesulteil in the Mr. Joe Durschell died in Stark

'4,,\\I', ,' exertions put forth to save the Albright. "when the new crop of fruit came in goula. Miss, where the funeral and first prize being won by N. Sternberg early last Friday morning of a complication -
with a rush there were no carlot buyers
.: jKven, one from sure death and the Roll call. Constitution of the Pros- Interment will take place. The arrangements and the hostess handed him a act of' of troubles, which had developed -
" | and only few of the smaller
>other' from serious maiming, at least. bytery. were In charge of Moul- table markers with bridge score at. Into choesiHIcil Hint ulceration

{:A1'! ur chief of police has many simi- Election of moderator and tempo- brokers. Consequently there were no ton and Kyle." ached. J. W. Andrews, Jr., won the of i the stomach, and the bent medical
cars| during the early part of the
; 3 V savings of lives to his credit. Yet rary clerk. booby prize, a tea bell. attention and care couM: l not lave hit
week and of
only limited supply refrigerator .
< ''Jier:considers such events as part of Reception of new members and recognition OLIVER W. MAINES DIED The hostess served delicious re
day's' work and seldom makes of visiting brethren. boxes. With the situation AT HIS LAKE BUTLER HOME 'reshments of fruit gelatine salad, life.The deceased was horn in Iowa 5S
'/ here in this demoralized condition,
j' ration of them. .. Minutes of last meeting. Reportof of the accustomed to buttered beets, olive sandwiches( and years ago; he was a dingle man and
'.'&*<* committee on arrangements. Ad many growers Luke Butler March 21Mr.: Oliver Iced tea. n farmer lie movcj from Pklnhonn

Ia4AM; WILLIAMS: H&ARD! FROM journment. selling this point in Starke hauled'or their shipping berries from to W. Maines, 72, an old and I honorable The guests included, Mr. and Mrs. Graham In thin county, and, bought
d. Wednesday, 8:30 A. M. citizen, died Thursday night. He is E M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- a place there. Wherever Jail had been f
i ,..., Lawtey, where there was a ready
$Went down to get a'writeup of tho Devotional half hour led by 'rof. sale at fancy prices 'or facilities for survived by a kind and devoted wife berg, Mr. and Mrs A. Z. Adkins, Mr. he won friend through his Itidunlty,
\'strawberry; shipments but everyone R. F. Souter. consignment. This and four children, Dr. John E. Mainesof and Mrs. O. L. lieasley, Mr and Mrs. square 'dealinir. and /Mndhenftedrieinami ,
seemed. too busy to talk-others appeared Minutes of last night. dition obtained on con- this city, Orlando Maines of Lou J F, W. Andrews, Jr. a host 'of ''friends will mourn his
throughout Mondayand
' afraid to say anything-but a Appointment of committees: Ses ise, Judge Schell Maines, and Mrs. departure.Ills .
Tuesday, but was somewhat relieved -
|person can still use his eyes. The sional records, bills and overtures, judicial when & Tom Moore, of Sanford. Also a K. K. KM!It MET FRIDAY AFTERNOON sister, Mrs. Frank Clskowskl,
Wednesday Truby I
i strawberry shipments are the great- business, calls and resignations Thomas local had brother and two sisters, D. V. Mainesof came here to nurse her brother, but
a car come
1 .estj;/that Fort Meade has ever seen. Reports: Executive commission, in and loaded it out. Jacksonville, Delia Sparks, of found Jo her grief that the death angel -
(: Anywhere: from ten to forty freezers home missions, general education, re- Louise, and Elizabeth Coffee, of Mar, Mrs. 1F.. Stump entertained the had forestalled her. The remains
/ of strawberries leave Fort Meade dalf'It ligious education, church erection, In the meantime the business men ble, N. C. The funeral.and interment K. K, JClub Friday afternoon at her were given In charge of Funeral Director "

f.\\ '. appears that Cam Williams, ministerial relief and sustentation, of the town held a meeting Wednesday occurred this afternoon at Lake But.' cozy home on Thompson street. The U. C. Jones, and( were by him

''g'one' of Fort Meade's successful: farm.jerI temperance, vacancy and supply, Bible morning at which it was decidedto let cemetery, with Rev. S. S. Proctor reception room was decorated with prepared for shipment to Carlyle, III., i
:; is doing most of the shipping. I cause, new era movement. order in cars daily for the use of and W. G. Doyle officiating. vases of red amaryllis lilies and four where interment will take place.
the It also decided to
growers. was
,Fort Meade Leader. Temporary committees. tables were arranged for the bridge
rudloMr. Williams is a Starke boy, and 10 a. m., Nomination of commis- send some one to Plant City to induce CHAUTAUQUA FOR NEXT YEAR /game, which resulted In Mrs. N. CUPID SCORES AGAIN
owners of boxes there to place
;learned the strawberry game at its sioners to general assembly. 5ternb rg winning first prize, a duck
1 Inception in Bradford county, and Address by Prof. Thornquest on them in commission here, or failingin Do want the chautauqua for of cards, and. to Miss Mabel Wellerwas Geographical extremes met when,
this to lease line of boxes for you
has, been a strawberry man ever "Temperance.! a handed the consolation prize-a on February :20, Miss Myrtle, daughter -
el( another ? If so, please ,
the remainder of the and have year pay your
faith 11 a. m., Report on Christian Life season of Mr., and Mrs. J. J.
i since. He had nothing except guest towel. Morgan, of
them here for use whenever the $!Ii to C. A. Futch, secretary, by Apr. K
and industry to start with, but la and Work, with prayer. growers 1st the be time I Mrs. Stump served a salad course rooker, walt married tu Mr. Joseph
I no money can put on
need them for the of
[now one of the foremost truckers of 11:30: a.m., Recognition of theVoman's shipment deposit at the beginning of the -I of chicken salad and( lettuce sand ugliiirdi, at Bukersvllle, California.An .
their fruit. DeWitt C. Jones was quarter
[the' Fort Meade section. His many \ Presbyterial Missionary So wiches, saltines, olives and iced I tea, acquaintance which hud extended
pressed into service to make the tripto
[friends here are glad over his suc- ciety. Plant( City. He left Wednesday The following have paid $5 each: 'with favors of nasturtiums. fur a period of years, developed Into
cess. Recess. Those enjoying the afternoon were love and culminated in matrimonial( .
night and will probably return this Day Scouts, Girl Scouts ... H. East- I
Wednesday, 1:30 P. M. union. The left
man, Baptist Baracn Class, Rev. A. Mk-sdames Edward Burns, FlorencePowell young lady her homewithout
VERA, CLAIRE ROBINSON'S:' Report of Rev. G. V. Albertson, morning E. Dunham, Mrs. J. J. llullen, E. K. O. L. HayricH, E. L. Kiggs, N. the knowledge of her parents
BIRTHDAY PARTY Sunday school missionary. It Is now felt that the situation is ferryman, John II. Powell, J. F. I Sternberg, E. M. Johns, J. M. ii.ifh- anti they and her many friends were

2 ;p. m., Election of the Commissioners pretty well in hand and that there Kickliter, F. J. Pattce, Cyrus Sis ell, E. R. Neff, J. W. Andrews, Jr., F. greatly surprised to learn of the interesting -

*,)tUe Miss Vera Claire Robinson, i to the general assembly. Re- will be no lack of carrying faciliies trunk, F. A. Scott, II. L. Brownlee, : L. Turner, A. Z. Adkins, G. A. Collins event that took place so faraway
? slaughter Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob- port on evangelism. from this time on. It has been freely American Legion Standard Oil Co, O. L. Beasley, B. Carter, of St. Augustine tv

'Utnson, celebrated her fifth birthday Evangelistic conference led by Rev.B. charged that there has been collusion P. E. Canova, B. Y. P. U., Mrs. Brad- Mlall's.; Mabel Weller, and Mr. Gugliaidi Is the son of aprom-

r<.anniversary Wednesday afternoon by B. Bigler, D. D. among the buyers to break down the shaw, Isabel Bullen, G. C. White, E. i .'IorenceMatthews.. Inent citizen of San Jose, Cal., and
;arising a lovely party to a number of Report of stated clerk. Place of I price of berries, and the fact that S. Matthews, Turner's Drug Store, both he and his bride were so popular -

If to* little friends. meeting. Recess. I I prices are fancy in the Northern mar- L. A. Wynn, L. G. Powell It. K. Cros- LUCKY 13 CLUB that their friends took charge of

;&,fcXhe; young hostess received manydainty Wednesday, 7:30 P. M. 1 kets and that buyers at both Hampton by, A. Bronko, N. B. Hull G. M. Sis- -- the matter and arranged for an eclat

gifts from the arriving guests'tend Popular meeting on home and for and Lawtey were paying fancy trunk, C. A. Futch, T. N. Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Young delight wedding at the Woman's Club house
i''' after merrily playing games the eign missions.Mr. I prices has given some color to this Paul Knight, J. W. White.F. fully entertained the Lucky 13: Club In aker flel.l. The romantic events
,' children were invited into the dining J. M. Patterson, district secretary charge, but whether It is true or not A. Scott Chairman., last Thursday evening at their attractive considered us the most interesting
"rrom where Mrs. Robinson, assistedby.Beatrice of the board of foreign missions I the disorder of the week should teach home on South street. of the season. After a honeymoon

:,> Johns, served cake and'S. will give an illustrated lecture on his I I the growers that they must take some The flowers used for the dainty dec spent in the famous Yoswnlte Valley
''ICs! cream. The prettily arranged tafible recent trip through our mission in measures to protect themselves A SCRIMMAGE! orations were white spires and asparagus and the Mt. Shasta country, the happy -

was centered by a birthday cake, the Cameroon, West Africa. against the recurrence of such condi- fern. Three tables were arranged pair will return to Bakersville and
5>oa: which burned five small candles, Dr. W. B. Witherspoon will speakon tions. S. L. (Doc) Alvarez had his face for bridge and on each table make their home there.

a'snd: ;\ was decorated with candy Eas- home mission work in Florida, as I, The meeting Saturday afternoon Is badly beaten up last Friday night, all was placed a dish of tempting candy. The Telegraph joins the many

r.'ttr eggs and Easter lilies. The place secretary of the commission on home intended to be a sort of get together the result of a fight between him and The game resulted In Mrs. Edward friends of the handsome and uccom-

4'cards were crosses painted with lilies, missions of the Synod. affair. The business men of Starkeare Zach and Owen Anders. The particulars Burns winning tho ladies' prize, a pushed bride in wishing all happiness
''t'snowdrops and other spring flowers.Plfce Unfinished business to adjournment thoroughly in earnest about giving are said to be us follows: Turkish towel; and J. C. Robinson the to her and her husband.

favors were bags of candy eggs. A cordial invitation is extended to assistance to the farmers in solving The Anders brothers entered A1. gentleman's prize, a deck of cards.

I1 Punch was served by Clara Louisefilr'eek the'publlc' attend the evening ser I their difficulties, and problems andit varez's barber shop and accused him The guest prize fell to Miss Mabel 1 HOY SCOUT TROOP No. 2

and Louise Hayes. vices. is for the purpose of discussing the of some action that had incensed Weller, and was a deck of bridge

I.*The little people enjoying this party 'present marketing situation that the them. IK* was asked to come' outside cards. A meeting was held Thursday eve-

were, Dorothy White, Bunny CaBiova SPECIAL MEETINGS IN BAPTIST meeting has been called for Saturday to tight, which he refused to do. They The hostess served delicious refreshments ning which was conducted by Heout-

Martha Powell, Georgia Haynes CHURCH afternoon. The meeting will bo held then fell upon him and gave him a i of sandwiches, coffee, master Wyman. We have a number
Marjorie and Lillian Stump, LucileBodges Everything is In readiness for the at the county courthouse at 4 o'clock.VICTROLA good beating up, mostly in the face. cake orange and banana topped with of boys in this troop and our doors

Lois Adkins, Vonda Inman, revival meetings in the Baptist church Alvarez is no slouch at scrapping vanilla cream. The favors were attractive are open to any boys who think they
Eillian Sternberg, Frances Lee Peck, which begins on Sunday next.: Ev n- FOR WOMAN'S CLUB himself, but the odd were against books on auction bridge. can take up and obey the scout laws.

Eorothy Ritch, Pauline Miner, Marbaret gelist White will be present duringthe him and he came out of the battle The guests included Mr. and Mrs and live as a boy should live. At this

Neff, Clara Louise Peek, Louise week to deliver the messages, A handsome console model victrolahas with bruises galore. J. D. Peek, Mr. and Mrs. J.- C. ItohInson meeting a numberof games were en-
Enyder, Beatrice Johns Louise Hayestie while the pastor will have charge of been given to the Woman's Clubby The Anders brothers were arrested Mr. .and Mrs. J. M. Mitchelllj ,' joyed and Mr. Wyman decided to have

Colley, Lois Long, Ed Neff, Jr., the singing. There will be a chorus the following men of Starke: W. by Night Marshal A. L. Alvarez 'r. and Mrs Edward'Burns, Mrs. F, a hike next Thursday night. ThScout .

A. W. Anderson, Jr., Leslie Biggs; choir each evening, to which all who M. Wainwright, H. C. Wall, D. P. gave bail for their appearance before L. Turner and Miss Mabel Weller members are planning to take
Inclair Peek, Jr., Joe Edwards Jr. m"' rni are invited. These meetingsare Carpenter, II. C. Bitch, C. A. Knight, Mayor Peek next Monday. It is understood their second class test. .
for theentire community. Whenno Carl Johns, Orville' Grille, N- Stern- that they will plead guilty. PRESBYTERIAN:' By Scout Scribe, Willie Agin.

K'FISH FRY AT SAMPSON LAKE services are on in the other berg, F. F. Stump, J. F. Kickliter, .

churches, the members of these Jr., J. H. Powell Fred Haien, Warren CHRISTIAN BROTHERHOOD Sunday school at. 10 a. m. SWAT THE MOSQUITO!

H. ,Saturday evening a party went to churches are asked to join in this spe1y | Perkins G. K. Lewis, W. A. Bes- Preaching at 11 a. m. and 800: In -

Sampson lake and enjoyed a fish cial effort to redeem human lives. Ouraim | sent, Jr., W. J. Epperson, Jr., J. J. The next meeting of the Christian the elleninlf. ,Since the campaign for the destruction '

the appetizing supper consisting of is not to make members for thehe Truby and others.U. Brotherhood will be held on Monday, Cordial invitation to nublic to at- of mosquitoes Is on In Florida,

salad, pickles bread and fish. Baptist church, but to have men and April 2, at the Woman's Club buildIng. tend our Easter services. Easter .er. Starke should do her bit. Let everybody

party Included Mr. and Mrs. EdwardBums women choose Jesus Christ as their D. C. WILL MEET THURSDAYThe Election of officers for the en- mon at 11 a. m. see. that all cans old bucket

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Collins, Saviour; their church relationship suing year and other important mat Everybody always welcome at .11 and anything about the place that

Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Neff, Mrs. G. M. they may decide for i themselves af- W. T. Weeks Chapter U. D. ters. All members should make a our services T. J.. HEDGES, holds water Is destroyed, examine the

Inman, Mrs. B..Fv Carter, of St. Augustine terwards. We can. ask nothing-more C.,. will meet next Thursday afternoon special effort to be present. Minister. shade tree.. for knot hole and If any

Mr and Mrs. B.'I. .,Peek.J.L of the good people of Stark than April 6th, at tour o'clock at N. B. HULL; are found fill with cement

Peek Mr., and Mn,.B.1 H.).Younr, what they gave so lavishly last yea the Woman's Clubhouse. Mrs. J. M. Secretary. Last Saturday a number of Starke MRS. W. E.: MIDDLETON-

Mr. and Mr*. Xi; ,Fi' Hoorer,"tMr and in our revival meetings, that is, Alvarez and Mrs. 0.-I. Haynea, boetesses. people went to Jacksonville, among Chairman, Health 'Com,

Mrs-.L. Smith, Mrs..E. S. Matthews, thought presence and prayers. ;Tb The C. of C. will also meet CARD OF THANKS the number being Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rlteh. Misses Hilda church bell wilt ring each day at 12 with the mother: chapter. Beasley, L. C. Powell, Mrs. J. J. Bul.len Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Miss Amelia

Strath and Florence Matthews. o'clock, when all are asked to directa I want to thank those who so kind'ly '- and daughters. Misses Isabel and Ray and Milton Brownlee, Jr., spent

prayer to God for His blessing! upon Miss Clara Moltt, of Jacksonville, assisted me during the illness and. Beatrice; Mrs. DeWjtt C. Jones, Mrs.J. the week-end In Palatka as guests at

Edward Burns spent Wednesday in the meetings. No matter when you spent Sunday, with her father, A. E. death of my mother. .1 M. Mitchell Mrs. J. L. Peek and the home of Judge and Mrs. A. V,

Jacksonville, may be, send up a petition. Moltt. MRS. C. R. SAPP.I I children, Miss Hilda Struth. Long. jxy


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"mmW'm'D'a.m.'UH""Enmmmtrunrnmmmm WUM.U"mmu .unm""mWClfl murdering Herbert Welfare, a Su- course of events landed in Pensacola playing of pool or billardu anywhere I

wannee county farmer Monday morn- where following his discharge he I In thVstate. Of course, border states : 'I
News of Florida in Short Paragraph ing. The farmer it la alleged was took up civilian pursuits. Just three will profit if this bill becomes a law, AfterkEoery Meal

------,..._.. -- shot twice In the back. The first months before he reached 30 years or it will not be obeyed in the "Pal.I i "- -

Newsy: shot struck him in the left hip. He I and wealth he was convicted of the I metto state," which is the usual result

Live State fell with his face to the ground. The theft' of two automobiles. The machines of foolish laws!, aside from pro WR GiE'SI

r + ,1 Constable, according to advices received with tampered number plates viding harrassment! for the people, I
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1 Y.A4/.1WR..w.www.w.M wwrrlNNwws.rw- here, ran to him fired two I were found in his garage and although salaries for enforcement officials and I ---

Told by Our Exchanges. more times. One bullet went wild, he claimed he was the vie- fees for constables and magistrates.Utah .

the other entered the center of the im of cicumstances, he was sentencedto has to thank, or cuts, its leg. I Top off each meal
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',h\ ; K --- and passed through. serve five years. He has been a islature for making it illegal, in of

That St. Lucle county is getting to :-.n"rltr R. C. Baker, of Palm trusty at the Calhoun county camp II that state, to smoke cigarettes, cigars -'I sweet In the form

be one of the important tomato growing : Bench county, was suspended from Citrus fruit from; Florida to Italy, and appears to have won the sympathy or pipes in restaurants or other WRIGLEY'S..

sections of the state is indicated office by governor Hardee and E. A. long the home tf citrus fruit production I of the people'of) that section j public places!, including the hope, on

' by the fact that this season there Stephenson appointed to succeed him. Is the situation developedfrom They sought his pardon and senator() the part of the Utah smokers, that 11 satisfies the

will be a tomato acreage of more Removal of Sheriff Baker followedthe recent shipment by the American I Fletcher whote Attorney General Bu- I the makers of this law eventuality sweet tooth and

than 2,000 acres. This is probably return of a federal grand jury Fruit Growers, Inc., to Florencethe ford in his! behalf. It was the second will smoku/in some other place, that aids digestion.

I double tho acreage of last )'ear. indictment against him several days shipments are to George Ilerron, time the senator had done so, he isn't known' by the name of Utah. Of Pleasure and

ago charging viloutioa of the federal well known American author and having been instrumental in having course, it isn't nice or agreeable, especially
benefit combined.
"First carload of potatoes' brings prohibition laws and"also! charging lecturer now living in Florence. :Mr. Jthe I case presented at the previous for ladies, to be in a smoke-

I $10 and $8.50 a barrel." says the contemplted bribery of a federal of- Herron, has been seriously ill and his I meeting( of the board. Nostrand's j II filled restaurant, or dining room, or U S.v. ,h. ,
ficial. American physician prescribed our name does not in the list of for
Hastings Herald in a headline. The I appear other place of public assembly w np 1

potatoes were shipped from Florida, gropefuit as part of his diet. While i clemencies. that matter, but just plain, ordinary pen 7 1rt

below the frost line and the growers More than 40 families are home- other citrus fruits are produced in common-sense courtesy to the fair :

were well pleased with the price received. less here as the result of a $125,000: abundance in parts of Italy, grape- HE WANTED A RECEIPT sex, it seems, would be quite sufficient

The Herald says that the fire that wiped out 43 buildings over fruit la not grown there. Hence the without any law in the matter, 13y s

crop in Hastings is greatly improvedbut an area in Key West. The blaze shipments of Florida grapefruit by An Oklahoma editor tells of an old to have smokers refrain from indulgence I

will be late.Despondent the cause of which is undetermined, fast trans-atlantic liners. Indian who came into his office to in the fragrant weed where

I originated in a two-story structure pay for his paper. The editor toOK ladies are present! especially in pub.

over ill health whichhe occupied by a cigar factory. Only Determined effort on the part of the money, then the Indian wanted a' lic places, where securing permission

had suffered since the death of $15,000 insurance was carried on the the Clyde Steamship Company to cooperate receipt. The editor tried to talk him Ho smoke is not feasible.! evidence ol mental weakness
the with Florida citrus and vege- I out of it. Mr. Indian insisted. Af- houses provided for that purpose, r
,I his son, Louis Bopp, retired amuse property destroyed, major por- Without going any further with
table growers in offering a perfected ,ter making it out the editor wanted l elect and ,
ment man, died at St. Petersburg after tion of which was represented the illustrations and without proceeding | will decide to men won
having Bred a bullet into his life savings of cigar makers. A tele- freight service between Jacksonville to know why he was so persistent to inquire how much further these I, possessing! : sound minds to me....

brain early this morning. The man gram pledging cooperation of the and New York for the move- !about wanting a receipt. The Indian I rattle-brained law makers will go in | their laws. The limit of endurar'

used a .25 caliber revolver, the bullet National Red Cross in relieving the ment of their crops was announced said: "Me die spate time. Go to big their prbhibitions, it Is quite possible almost has been reached, with a nu.1'

\ entering his head just above the homeless has been received.It when II. H. Raymond, president of :gate St. Peter ask if I been good In- that one of these days people will tiplicity of prohibition laws being: -
the company, gave out :facts con- dian. I He 'Did | Tim- .
say yes. say, you acted and more propos -
Bright ear and passing out just above l arise in their might and either confine -
cerning the two new ships which editor for ? I /
the left ear.Florida was learned that Messrs. B. E. pay paper say yes. lie such of their law makers as give j Union.
will be built for the Clyde. These where is ? I have !
say receipt no it. I
Grable and J. N. Wigfnll, of Orlando, I
ships, which will be approximately have to run all over hell to find you j
of citrus fruitsare will! make application for a permitto
shippers one-third larger, than the Lenape, ,"
being severely handicapped and go ahead with the construction of (land get receipt -Tampa Tribune. .
will be equipped with complete
the; Orange Court Apartment hotel. I
Inestimable loss because
are facing an systems and the Clyde ARE SOME LAW MAKERS\ CRAZY? I
of the shortage of railroad refrigerator Approximately $500,000 will be nam- ii S
plans to "go after this fruit and I
tidas the cost of the structure. With MOTHER! MOVE
cars to move orange '
vegetable business Mr.
Raymond The question that heads this article :
and grapefruit remaining in permits already issued reaching a
i crop said.
t the state under Ice according to E'I total of0173,135:; the addition of this is Justified. Look at some of the j
and the for the Orlando Bank recently, and at others |
r permit
D. Dow, traffic manager of the Florida
and Trust building which will be for Moonbhiners burned up their auto- that are proposed. They could not ;
Citrus Exchange, who has taken : CHILD
1. mobile and left a note of warning for possibly be conceived in minds that j' BOWELS
$2;5OOO the Marach record will
drastic steps in an effort to improve undoubtedly I' ,
the situation. total $1,000,000. three federal prohibition agents are 100 per cent sound, or sane. | ,

eighteen miles nothcast of Tampa Certain laws, put on the statute II | --

4 Tuesday afternoon. The officers, G. books of states, compel the con lullion I1
4 Between six and seven pounds of Jewelry valued at 10,000 was! D. Murril, L. R. Cobb and Grover C. I that their projectors and makers never -
v stolen Saturday night from the bed California Fig Syrup" isChild's ;
opium was found on the steamship had ,
Hancock, left: the flivver, which j i read, or heard of the Commandments -
room of Mr. and :Mrs. H. d. B. Jac- I'
West Kassom Tuesday afternoon by 's'Even
belong to Murrill, and! were making j of which there are only ten.
Inspectors Situlisbury and Shamhart, quelin, of New York, who are spending a search some distance away. Observing -j| But of making laws there is no end, Best Laxative _

'. when the inspectors searched the the season us(.. Lake Wales, it smoke, they returned to and and the most objectionable of them |*
'! i vessel when she docked at Port Tam- was reported, today. Entrance was J in the --
( found someone had opened the gasoline are prohibiting class. These II i
effected lick child loves t'w "fruit'I well' pla.ifiiW clulil again.
through a window while a I
pa, it was learned Thursday. The tank and set fire to it, the car ( prohibition-mad law makers would be I I|, taste of "California, Fig Syrup." If tie], .Million of motlur keep "CaliforniaFig
at dinner. Whit-
|1 steamship came to Tampa from Ant- they were Henry being pretty well burned up from {I is joke if what they do were not so little stomach in upset tonuin4ti ,I, !Syrup" handy. They know a teaspoonful
;w> werp, Belgium. No arrests were field, 41 negro is being held on sus the radiator cap to tail light. Walk : serious, in effect, or affliction, on the I or if your child t k cross fi<\i>n-li, full today eaves a'Rick child ti<
made. picion. the who I' of cola!, or has colic, a tea>poonfut will "orrolV..k your tlrutruiRl for gcnum., '
homeward public,
I ing they found a note on people are expected .. "I'alilornlu which has dire
I never fail to open the Low..I111 a f w Fig Syrup"
a stick standing fn the road about a to obey every law enacted. hours you can nee for yourself how thor timid for ,lml>H" and l children of all ages
i? /4: To finance repairs and extensive Perhaps the greatest yield ever mile from the car, reading "We could Prohibiton with no particular reference 1 oughly: ; it. work nil'the constipation printed l on Ixittli. Mother! You must
r purchases of new equipment, the recorded from a single: hill of cas- have killed you but let this be a to that applying to the liquor i j tender, little bowel ami) Fives, you a nay 'California" or you may get an

4. : Seaboard Air Line asked the inter- sava Is that secured from one hill byJ. warning, stay away." The note also traffic, appears to have become a man- poison, Hour bale and waste from the imitation fig syrup,

1c Z:;state commerce commission for authority A. Felte at; his place at Palma bore names 'of the three agents. The I iu with some people, especially among

5 to issue $6,600,000 in 5 percent Sola on Palma Soht-bay, a few miles officers !got back to Tampa late Tu
equipment trust certificates. from Bradentown. This hill of cas- I day evening, having found no trace i Thus, the Oregon legislature has enacted j II III
''M* The road proposes to buy 2,000 sava yielded eighty-seven pounds of of the guilty parties a law prohibiting the education:
i > '( freight cars, 20 locomotives, and four the rich, starchy edible roots. One I of children anywhere except in the I

ri steel passenger train coaches. It also single root weighed fifty-three I A. D: Stroup, chief of the federal public schools, which may or may I

ali will rebuild 2,000 freight earn with pounds, and that also is! probably a dry agents of the state of Florida not exclude the homes wherein children -I r rI

ti the balance of the fund. record. The big root was brought Into I and Porto Rico, was threatened with are born and reared. Of, course I I

the city and Is on display at the I jail, at !Miami by United States I that is not the purpose; that is some I II I

What is believed to have been one) real estate offlc e of Sharp and Roof, Judge Henry D. Clayton. Judge thing just as narrow, however. I

of the most unique hiding places! for on :Main street.According Clayton's severe reprimat .ie Then, in the South Carolina house SEDAN

I moonshine liquor ever found in this during the hearing of M. C. Ludi- a bill has! been passed prohibiting the I

section of the state was discovered to announcement made um, said to be a New York capitalist I

i, Wednesday by Chief Perry and as- Fentress and Co., of Chicago, has charged with possession! of liq I Ii I

t; ; slsttants when they located four gal- purchased a large interest in the Con- uor. Chief Stroup took issue with I Even More In Demand
lons of "white solidated Naval Stores Company of A throbbing
lightin' carefully statements made by the defense attorney
hidden beneath a negro church on Jacksonville, and plans immediate at- and complained of the problems i Otis headache? I I The Ford Sedan is accepted everywhere as

;1 Virginia avc/iue near the ,Seaboard ti'tion to the development of farsighted the dry men are having in Miami II I the car for the family. A convenient car to

; depot at Gainesville. The officers plans for the maximum utili- I He said the agents were swornto MENTHOLATUM I Ii I drive, comfortable to ride in and it affords

I \i were investigating u negro home zation of over 1,000,000 acres of timber protect the constutition of the quickly soothesit I so much pleasure at such low cost that its

e j I nearby when the liquor was discovered hinds The! Consolidated Naval I United States. "Stop!" thundered ii i I use is practically universal. .

i beneath the building. Stores Company-a $20,000,000 con Judge Clayton, "I know about\ the BBBi I

Yl : at c..rn-is probably the world's largest duties of dry agents and the con- j I I Finer upholstery, adjustable window regulators -

Edward \V. Bok, for many years factor in turpentine and rosin. utitutlon, and I wont' allow anyone SEABOARD TRAIN SCHEDULE i and refinements in chassis construction : i

t' editor of the Ladies' Homu The tract to be utilized is said to to lecture to this court." Later, when I I have built up quality and yet the price i

i Is now a winter resident of Journal'l.: be the largest stand of long leaf yellow Stroup attempted to- speak in defense -I (In effect Jan. 1 K>0
ain Lake, where he is pine timber unJe'kone ownership of his agents: Judge Claytonsaid SouthboundNo. I The
in the United States. demands for this car are so great that
bird sanctuary on the top of Florida's"only he would send Stroup to. jailif 1 reaches Starke at 12:10: a. m.

mountain, fourteen acres of I he still persisted In talking.; Ludi- No. 3, 10:69/) ) a. m. delay may prevent your getting delivery.

which he bought last summer for Value of imports at Tampa was um was fined $50; by Judge Clayton. No. 21, Cedar Key Train, 4:58: p. m List your order now. A small down payment i

this purJ1se.Ir.: link U having the more than half the total value of imports No. 15, Limited, 1:18 p. m. -the balance on easy terms.FtrdprittfkttMimtrbttn .

.peak of Iron :Mountain, 321.9 feet for all Florida for the month of A veritable house of "black mngic" NorthboundNo. I ff lap i

I e above sea level, laid off by Frederick\ last October, according to the statement existing in Tampa and patron- 2 arrives Starke 4:35: a. m. Fir t.flttr*o*MMT*......**5 I
Law Olmstead! for a bird sanctuary. just issued by the district head. ized by women of position and ed- No. 4 at 4:06: p. m. I I

j From the top a view of nearly twen- quarters here. The total value of 1m- ucation, was discovered by Probation No. 20, Cedar Key Train, 8:47 a. m I : .

ty miles may be had across the Peace pors for the district of Florida was j Officer Earl Stumpf, when in an- No. 16, Limited, 5:53/) p. m. I I J \v. 1'. 1)1: \I....1, : '.. .H

river valley marshes $1,5S6,24I I, and\ the leading ports were swering a call to investigate a white Wannee Branch I LINCOLN:.; 1011!li t'n.I;

Tampa, $86:>,617; Jacksonville, $191- | infant in the care of) a negro woman, No. 101 leaves Starke 7:45 a. m. nl'It1Yl'. I I I..II t ,

ASPIRINSay 701; Key West, $191,554. In valueof I the found that the woman was doing No. 104 arrives Starke 8:15: p.a I .._, .

exports for October, Key West was i: a good business a's a worker of spoils Limited train No. 0 due at Starke
far in the lead with $2,500,673 out of and charms and had not,, only many .
; : p. m., Jacksonville to St. Pe- 5' '
I ((11:22
the state total of $1.2(30,170.( The negro patrons but extended heri Hr-
"Bayer" and Insist! largest ptirt of Key West exports I work among white people; who, Mr. tersburg. : 5-95
J I Limited train No. 10 sue at Starke
to Havana, moving from northern I Stumpf said with surprise, should
: y 5:45: a. m., St. Petersburg to Jackson-
points to Key West by rail. Value of know better than to believe in "hoo- ville. i r.o.a.DBTROITti
exports at other ports was: Jack doo" practices. A search of the|
>! (These two trains do not stop at
> sonville, $61:>,23(); Pennacola, $457-; I shack, described by :Mr. Stumpf as a' f{ t
Starke. Ocala and Plant City are the *
N 251: ; Tampa, $311,74rt.! veritable fortress dark and gloomy L fz.fi
) ,
t only stops they make between Jacksonville m .. ._ ; ,
revealed numerous notes and lettersconnecting /
and Tampa.,
While the; Radcliffe chautauqua some women of: positionand
I I Trains Nos. 7 and 8 operated from
presents above the averagep: rogram prominence and seances which'
f i Hampton to St. Petersburg. No. 7
given by such organizations, it is I[ have taken place in the hovel. Mr. (
Hampton 11:50 and No.
leaving p. m.
doubtful if Perry will have an opportunity -I Stumpf stated that he would breakup i|
I 18 arriving Hampton 5:10: a. m. These
of having one in its midst up the business that has been carried
'Q +
I I are through trains, St. Petersburg to .
I some time in the future, as each year on by the woman, even if it becomes 1 Cincinnati, Ohio.
the guarantors are left to pay the necessary to reveal Identity of some
deficit and few there are who are of those who have figured as patronsof 1 ,
C Untaui jrou new the nanio "Kaypr" *wptuiajw Agent. +a
to the responsibility "
willing assume the "witch.
or on tublcU you are not gel-
i .ting the genuine. I'.njrr product pre- vt footing the bills. Apparently the aHlt
nribml by I'hyori"\'II"\" over twenty-two chautauqua in Perry is a dead issue, Cruel fate trails Harold N. Nos-

yean ami proves. safe by millions furToothache a* the people there are about through trand, an inmate of a state road 1886

t (0""' rTe".llWh8" ) with the guarantee business for any- camp, in Calhoun County accordingto 1
Lumbago thing coming to Perry, which place is
Earache KV'iimtUism the story told in his behalf before
:Neuralgia Pain, Pain considered one of the best show townsin the state pardon board at its session DAVISINSURANCE

Accept "Caver Tablets of .\..plrin"onl. the state last week and subsequent events.
,. Each unbroken package contain His employer at the time of his '
proper' dinwtioim. Handy. box.... of L. Raymond Oatven, a young law- death bequeathed Nostrand $450,000
twelve Uhl.-U root few ..nU. Drnpm constable of the Tenth Districtof
yer, with the stipulation that he should,
.t.t also sell tank of 2t and Inll. I
Aspirin i* the trade murk of Bayer Duval county and candidate for reach the age of thirty without committing -

6 Manufacture of MonoowticncidwtT or i councilman-at-large, is being held in a felony. Nostrand Joined STARKE I I

'+ Salicyicacid.h the Live Oak jail on a charge of the navy" during the war and in the
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The well known Cash Department Store, Sam Rosenberg Proprietor, the best friend of '';
the poor man is closing out his business within the next ten days. The entire stock of 'fj' .:
Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Ladies'and Children's Ready-to-wear will be sold in 10 days, as -j .
the building now occupied by this well known store is to be used at the end of that time ,4 s 1
for a real .

Wholesale Store And Market .
;' '
Groceries, Feeds, Hay, Grain, Fertilizer, Crates, Cups, Bean Hampers and a First Class Meat Market will :
use this store building after this,closing out sale. This to show my friends that I will not forget them; that !'t
I will always strive to throw something their way to save their money. This announcement will be published -
in the Bradford County Telegraph just as soon as sale is completed. The Manager of this business will .
be in position to purchase beef, pork, veal and all other products a farmer raises for market, paying top '
prices, as we have an outlet for same where they can be Disposed of. I want every man, woman and childin
Bradford county to visit this sale.FRIDAY. ,
k '

MARCH 30, 9 A. MU '

Doors open promptly at 9 a. m. Come by auto, come by train, ride if you can, walk if you have tobutbe
here. On account of both lack of space and time we will only present a few specials for your consideration. -
I will give this sale my personal attention and will see that all goods are marked in plain figures.
Prices on every single article in this store have been readjusted for-this sale. Prices really slashed to nothing
i, in this final windup; nothing reserved; everything. must and will go during this ten day sale.


.. All Groceries, Canned Goods, etc., from GriFFin& Johns

:.l stock will be sold at 65c on the $l---to retail trade only


lOc 49c Remember 95c 4c ,;


1 OC' 9'Sc lOc t.19c '

S YARDS the Place Every ArtIcle a

.54c. 1 0 c Bargain., 45 pre

The last chance, the last day, the last minute---the stock will be sold regardless of loss. Positively your last
chance to save money on your wants in the clothing and groceries line. Those due this store for goods pur-
chased in the past are asked to come in during this sale, see me and let's make arrangements about settlingthe
bill. I must have the money'to squat up bills outstanding against me and to reopen the new businessfor
the benefit of all my friends in this section. Anything due me can be settled with Mr. J. T. Hickey, the
manager of this store, during my absence. Call in and settle the account with me or Mr. Hickey, you have
always been given a square deal by us in the past and you can count on Sam Rosenberg in the future.





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1923; ,
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i Outatandlnc Indebted.,.,..
I redeem our life from its littleness by great bounties that generous nature PEEK & BURNS: r' THE POOR EDITOR Jan. 1. to bal due -----------__Fund__ ,
Bradford County Telegraph bestowed I collected ________
shedding upon it the sloemn gloriesof has and in addition the I' By amt ----- ---

.. Is it not in the thoughtof things that man has added to ;; bal due "
eternity. many
Feb. 1
=- ;-::: :: : :::: and Edward and long is' the weddin ------- -
I II :Messrs, Julian L. Peek Flowery G. W ALDEBMANN?
them that all passion dies? In natural conditions, that contribute so
Burns have formed copartnershipI notice which the editor printeth. The Clerk Clreult Q,. ,
Published weekly and entered as their silent fellowship< our hearts burn very much to the comfort, health and'I The I.( By C. A. B3>
[ dealers in real estate and writers minister getteth ten bones. IIuiiTa.,
second, class matter, at the post with holy yearnings, and we feel I happiness of all who are permanent''I lof I i general insurance in the best groom standeth the editor off for a
I what it is to stand with them in the residents or who come within the --
office at Starke, Florida. | known companies. Their office is In 12 month subscription. All flesh is I NOTICE
M -. -. ---- ---- halls of our heavenly home. state for a brief period of time. : the wife is gath- Notice la hereby given to all a?' ,
-' ---
-- --- the Peek office and in time
It is dangerous to become stolidly I It is worth noting that there is a :> grass 'fctrtvUd:i In the estate. of William i II' i ii
E. S. MATTHEWS Editor mad Owner ered into a silo. The minister ''lst.e'i of Bradford County, Florida d.|
content with thu friends about us and changed spirit in }Florida that where I The new firm is backed by exper Ill.'t-I I' that 1 Florence 13. 1'owell IfuardlnnLh"
those who have before. formerly there was disposition to ience as well as capital. :Mr. Peek, teth his bit. The editor 1 Florence\ Powell and William r. )
forget gone get
will the 8rd day of May A
I' I columns of obituary .Jr. on |I'i iHt
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY T.K-; aims! and pleasures of the passing all that was to be secured from guests : tfiough still a young man, is a veteran death notice two I Id( o'clock in the morning tipplvHonoiablo ,
I Ii three lodge notices, a cubit of poetry H. A. a..n. county JUd.
day drain all the energy and 1 i and tourists, and letting them go I j real estate man, having for years Bradford County. Florida at the aiuii r
'I I been the Held member of the old anti and a cnrd of thanks. And he forget- !I i in Slarke, for un order to cell ,,t prlimlilic
of mould forget homo there
RATE sympathy out us, we grumbling, now prevails head and ,I eel. nil the right, title and i"
SUBSCRIPTION .I them. Tho dying request, the pasI'ir.nate as is proper, desire and effort to i i well known firm of Comer L. Peek &. teth to read proof on the of Martha Moronce Powell and Wlli, ,,
the darned thing cometh out "Gone to PowellJr... minor heirs of the acid '.
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Per Year _____________-_______$2.00 farewell, the sunken, pleading ,: provide every possible comfort and I Son. Mr. Burns, lately from a large And all\ C. Powell dt,,,vavd, in and to thu fnamed <,
1 eyes looking out already from ,I I convenience, every facility for their 'I 1 city of Texas, came here as a retired Her Last Roasting Place. itenioniii property. altuutod m '
; Florida to-wltt:
furl Cuunly
j another world, the low, broken words i complete enjoyment, so that now they i ii banker. He purchased one of the fin- that are akin to the deceased( jump- Ono turpentine atlll\ and aupptteii, 1I

"STARKE TEN: YEHSGO" J that were all but. lost upon the strain- i i I return to their homes delighted and : neat properties in the city for a home. cth on the editor with out exceeding their ads vigor and ,I I bartvli turpentine. all, 4 toolM.mulct fill and HpiriUi 2. ,huntoa main, und 1 I '

ing ear; these, these, dear pilgrim I statisfled, promising to come A thorough study of conditions here And they pulleth :3 I wauona and harntwa. 1 Ford truck, ,. (",
Some have a department canielleth their subscriptions, and' and "xiII.... all and iruttor ,.
newspapers cup
( nary mall
assured him that this is ideal section
IJ the salient ( belong to the things that abide. I(I answering, year after year, allain'l an % property, connected with the navel! .
1 In which is recorded the hammer unto the
a the to Florida. and he became anxious to be instrumental they; Hwingeth ''Inca of Powell and Powell at Stark, 1I. i
in their towns Yet, we forget! Sometimes certain. murtwaK iciven by U. T I nliiKtvn
Ida : a
1 e events taking place I third and fourth generation.Arkansas -
in it. lie found
of the world the struggle for I This is it should for developing and wife to Powell and Powell ,
* This is mainly to I cares as tie, taking
10 years ago. the right kind of a partner, and he is Thomas Cat. ed In mortgage, book "Y" at pave ll>
remind the rend-rs what their relpec.tive wealth, the inordinate desire for I the self-interest side of the matter, I lie ncorda" of Bradford county Jnrlu] '
in harness The given by W.
now again. energy, certain mui-luiim one E -
towns were then In contrast with pleasure, the lust of other things enter the more we give the more we get. and wife, and ono frlven by Eliza J K;
influence and ability and thorough honor of Messrs. to Powell and Powell recorded in hair;, N
a If'tr.fl Telegraph in and choke every II we treat our guests liberally, gen-
what they are now. I 647 and Hook No. 4. Page 'ifho
: Peek and Burns will do much to lit pane'
ti ten from now adopt this pii1 '. memory of the dead. Sometimes we erously, make them feel that they are Why Bank Oficlali, Get Gray. records. of Bradford County .lor!,''n ,
years to bring settlers here and Starke is "By: the way Mrs. Small, that check lease from the Powell-Smith Oimnm1'owell "
because at no pains full value for the
forget we are getting they
/ money recorded In
tice, will events transpiring today appear and Powell Book NmiHcellaneouM a
i In'the remember. And this indifferencecosts spend while here, the more guests proud of this new 'addition to her bus- ,-oa deposited the other day clime back on Pane 5.4.11 (leane fromKoberU ,
absurd and "backwoodsy" iness life. > marked 'No Cumin.: oh.. rhunUsf Iucn't and wife to Powell and Pow 1
1 of the of the next decade us dear. We lose our familiarity wewill get in the succeeding years and I corded in Book No.6, MiHcellancouy! !I''
light ,
progress deposit it this time I'll curb It 864 lease from" Milliard Johmum und l '..
1 ? What do you think about it? with the facts which eve ourselves the more money they will spend while tWtea.l.-LIl I ICLERK'S I to Powell and Powell recorded in litia
Will ten from now, have shall have to face, and for which we in the state. Thus is there mutual I ST. MARK'S CHLKC1I t ,' :5. MiHCellnneouD, Pave' 14B I lease '-, .,
we, years Ponell-Smith Co., to Powell and Powc' "
a vastly increased! population all the need to prepare in meditation and si- profit and satisfaction. The policy REPORT corded in Hook No.4.eekMloce llmm. i ..,
slims: laws. from C, L. wifo tooil I I' ;
'8 streets paved, trolley earn, a government I lence. of "getting all you can while the Service on Good Friday 7:30: p. ni Starke.k.'i':: Ti-bruary 1, 1923. recorded In Hook No. 8, Ml no., PIIIIt' ,
t l lj this seed getting is good" is all far Report of the the Ctnuit Court I li-ane from O. L. Hrown and wife to I'
building/ fine hotels, letter carriers So may I venture to drop wrong, Services on Easter Day at 11 a. m. In and for Bradford County Florida on ao. i'. Jo:. Canovn and husband to Powell and I '
j railway competition\ factories thought into the minds of all the soon the chance of "getting" any- and 7:30: p. m. count of taxei .........d for the war 1922. ell ncnrdiil In Kook No. 6. Mwcellan,. ,".
' E. W. RYES: Pane 483 O. L. Brown and wife to I'ow,
enlarged schol building, public hbraiy ( classmates the friends and acquain- thing ceases. This has been In the center of the market place ol; Tat Collector and Powell: recorded in Book No. A. M' ?

a fine park etc., etc., which will tances of our departed one'e: can strated in various instances demon-I' medieval towns stood a stone ciss. To Bradford County County Proper ,! Lumber lanevua Company Puiro 4116 to; Pence Powell from and the i'owel1'Kiu\, \ ?..

cake our present possessions and activities live our highest life only as we hold I adoption of a moresensible Around it crowded the bantering traders an. 1, to bal duo ---------.________81197 37 I curiled In Book, No. 7, Pane. 1. all In thi i I' i
look pitiful to those who care In memory our dead. The thought I, has proved of increasing and mutual ; from; its base the civic authorities By amt collected -___________________ 219351: lIe corded records, by.. the of Bradford clerk of the County circuit Floridii ron '

I to read about them in the "Starke of them will possess us with the con- value. / proclaimed their decrees; here Feb I* to bal due ------n..___.__ :9791.02 I Hid county
column ? We cunrtot viction of eternity and home. Herewe The call to Florida is by no means the friar preached the Fin and Forfeiture FLORENCE!: n. rOWEL
!' ten years ago" wandering Cuiirdlnn of Martha Florence Powell
due ..._..._...... __ DflO.72 I
tell what the future has in store for are strangers and pilgrims. Ours confined to climate, to sunshine and!, Word. It was the heart of the com- lIan.'t toItnl "" --_______________I.Ffb .- 21.U William\Yilliam C.C Powell Powell,Deceaaed.Jr.. Minor Hu,

III the shadowland, not theirs. Ours balmy breezes; it is cute. ajj much in hiunity life. In the center of Chris- 1. to bal due : : A. /. ADK1NS '
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us.If the truth was known, all thoso I Is the world that shall pass; theirs providing first-class hotel accoomoda- ( tian history stands the cross of County Road and Bridge Attorney for Guardian. 3-80

towns in Florida which have grown abides. Jesus is alive for evermore, lions, good rooms, good schools, mod- Christ. All human activities for the Inn Icy .amt 1. to collected bal due -.--.tl7lil)7lil' ,'

by leaps and bounds! had extraneous and all His people, the living/ and the ern entertainment facilities in .abun last two thousand( years have been 173.12

Incentive for Krowth. One or more dead, do live in Him. Let us then dance, in a word-hospitatlity that 'carried on under its shadow. It if, Ffb, 1. to bal due Road-Bond Tu ___7924.77:

1" men with ample capital and unbound bear in mind and heart all with whomwe is more than the painted word "wel- '! the he.* t of the Gospel. Jan. 1, to bal due -----.--.---._____3B900,82
= T
Uy amt collected ...
e ed enthusiasm came there-nnd delved! ourselves ever took sweet counsel come" at the entrance to the city or i' Jesus himself put it there. lIe made 71t.foFeb.
induced' but who with us no'' tbwn.'these are the things, along'with J 1 I. to bal due n__...__-----.36111.6E
they together are
:J 1. and built and encouraged; the central rite of His church a supper County School
friends: from their former homesto more. Let us touch again the vanish-I Nature's gifts, that make the' saying, 'IDo this in remembrance Jan. 1to bal due --.--...___.___19004.73 rFJI'I' t
become their neighbors, and their ed} hands, and listen once more call to Florida irresistible, make it' :of me." At every observance of the Its amt collected _. 4:12.77: ,

activities attracted home-seekers and sound of the voices that are still. '' more widely heard, meeting with ,, Feast His! followers "proclaim the Feb I. to bail dun -.t 5m "Id ,

infused new enterprise into the origi-I;j Those hands will not only .beckon us i t more general response as the sea- Lord's death till lie come." Jan. 1. to bal due County....Poll.- 66700

t 21. nit! inhabitants. A good start once but lift us above the dust and din into sons come and go.Exchange. >II Through all the Christian centuriesthe By apt collected,' _, jannreb.

'{ S I I'' made, progress could not be stopped that peace which no ambition I I. to bal duo __n__-._.___.--.._- H7 DIITotal
m : cross has been exalted. It has Sob School
, :.1 Perhaps suih a "god in-the machine'''I|I mars; those voices will be to us an THAT CONSTABULARY: I become the most universal and most J an. 1. to bal due ...---____________BS78.B3: '
; ,,. is on his way to Starke even now. Hi the music of the angels of God. Thus ,' ,sacred of all symbols. The diadems of By amt collected I : n_._.____________._ Uoi'lVb. We Our Own Lenses

.' { t f\ J: is bound to come sooner or later. I heaven will be near, and life will bei !I The Ocala Star has received a' princes, the banners of empires, the F 1. to bal due ---.----_-____.._..'::MI782 grind

.'{ f I Yet if he should never come, wi great, and death will take us home. I copy of "A Bill to Establish: Regulate i ground plan of great cathedrals, and Jan. 1. to bat Huh due School-_____flond.____.___-_.4017.16 NODELAYa.inesviIJc I
'1 : can get along with our natural It is such thoughts and truths as and Provide for a Mounted ity anil collected -u 8950

Ui i; growth which though slow, is sure. I these that we seek to stress during Rural Constabulary for the State of''even is of the the panels one great of our sacrifice.doors At remind thi F.-b. 1. to bal due -------------_____._31)27.68) C ;Florida I
We know several places which hail n the revival meetings to be held in the Florida" It will probably be called ,time all
,a 11 struggling beginning like Starke,, [ Baptist church, beginning next Sun- the "Buckman Bill" for short as Mr. Christendom singing: I

.' but they have ceased to exist.! The day, when the pastor will be assisted H. H. Buckman of Jacksonville seems "In the cross of Christ I glory,

9' fact that we are not only still on our !''by Rev. W. R. White, of Lake City. I I to be the daddy of it. It's the'mill- Towering o'er the wrecks of time." GENERAL INSURANCE

o..' j feet, but also growing, despite (he 1 I We need to have these things brought damdest bill ever. framed for Consideration In some states Good Friday Is a I

;.,'.. ,r entire absence of outside help proves: j, to our remembrance, even though we by a Florida legislature, egat holiday, banks are closed and INMA'N & RITCHFiRE.

;t that our people are of the right kim know them. To what more valuVMe and that is saying some.' It propones people attend, church as on Sunday. LIFE BONDS AUTOMOBILE:

11 j); l and that the resources from which I .thing could we give our time than to no less than a standing army for the It' is a time for prayerful meditation. ,

\ r the town draws its sustenance, are take sweet counsel together upon state of F'lorlda-three troops of cavalry ,, 'We might take the seven words from Located in building! ci E. A. Strout Farm Agency. Office open 14 1

''f. abundant and !Rood.Sturke these things ? each numbering fifty-five men, I he Cross and apply them to our- Hours Every Day.!

I has developed! into a condition ) May the death of our young friend' officers and privates, or in all a'' 1 selves. Thus we would make the day STARKE FLORIDA

,'1 that is unique among towns II mean the enrichment of all who knew :, squadron or battalion, 163 strong, I a i preparation for our Easter Com- ,

I: we except our busy "main street," him and loved him is the prayer of mounted and equipped at the expense I munion. Easter day is the queen of ,

3//.lil : which supplies goods to a region oti one' who shall miss him. :" of. the state. This force is to cost festivals. It is strictly not Easter I
1 considerable radius, the town. resembles the tax payers three hundred and Sunday, but Easter Day for all other President VicePraiident S.c. & Trea..
vr" the "exclusive" suburb of some THE: CALL: TO FLOKIDA fifty thousand dollars a year. Sundays' are minor Easters. Web"erve

it ; a city. True, we have no haughty mil: The man who drew this bill up must the first day of the week because Best Fertilizers Insecticides Sprayers Poultry

;j ". lionaires but we have nothing but The cull to Florida is irresistible.In be crazy. lie proposes for the com our Lord arose on that day. So Supplies Honest Goods Fair Prices s
I respectable people kind-hearted, honest I the season now going toward a paratively poor state of Florida, witha .ve should rise with Him on every 1

,"" ,; and democratic who have nothing close it is estimated, conservatively, little over a million population, a Sunday. "If ye then be risen with Prompt Shipment

\h 1 ... but good will toward each other I that upward of 300,000 people heard I semi-military force greater than that Christ, seek those things which are I Ask your neighbor...Ha know

; ( and to the strangers who choose tq j'Ithe ,call to Florida and responded by of the immense state of Texas with bove., Get New Fall price li.t Before Buying; j5

W i I cast their lot among us. The absence coming here. Probably it would be five million people, and almost half '

a i e I of factories and public works pre- j safe' to say that half .n million peoI as }urge as the constabulary of the I t the command of a hot-headed or E. 0. Painter Fertilizer Co, Jacksonville, Flat yt '

vents any other element from gaining I pie have visited Florida within four rich commonwealth of New York, corporation ruled governor, might become .

a foothold here. Sturke is, for lor five month past, as the estimate I with a population of eleven millions. an instrument of oppression -------- ----- ----- --_-- -- --- --- -- -----: ) t

this reason, a pleasant place in all above referred to was of the numberof I What is the idea of organizing this I et's have none of it.-Ocala Star. I '1,

1 \ respects. Everywhere there are suburbs I tourists then in the state and did big forcer For Texas there is the :Mexican .

at to cities, which resolutely refuse not include those who had been here : border, which has needed its To Cure a Cold in One I Nay Pat Caught It --. i t

It to be incorporated, with their biff 'earlier in the season or those coming Rangers ever since the Lone Star t rake LAXATIVE DROMO QIHN1NE!: (TithletO
atop: | a the (ouitl and Headaihe amt wnrkn f>r: .
; neighbors, because they would then since the first of :March. republic came into existence nearly i/nM. C. W. OROV:'" aiunature on eaca box. 3'..

lone the peace, security and general I While the call to Florida has been ninety years ago. In New York, .

y decency they now enjoy. 1 heard and<1 answered, In the current there is a large! alien population, always -.. But It Got Away I

I season, by half a million people there unruly. But Florida has no border I[> '#-..-.- ,- .:- -- .. .
REVIVAL MEETINGSJ. are millions more who have heard the and its alien population is neg I iy

I I call but for one reason or another ligible. Compared with other states, ;

( J. Sullen) !I have not been able to respond!-not I Florida is peaceful and its crimes' of I Severe I <.

A brief message and announcement ; at present. But \tjiey will come later, violence are few. It does not seem I Itt 1 1.f.n

1 along quite a different line had been 'I next year perhaps, or next, when the Star that a constabulary wouldbe I Irishman ,
came running down the with
prepared, when the passing away of their affairs are In satisfactory condition of any special use either in preventing I Indigestion street
our young fellow citizen, and to. a 'I I for the call to Florida! is a such crimes or running down i his ht in one hand and his bandana the other, puffing f

,, goodly number of us, fellowworshipper continuing one. the perpetrators, sheriffs and policemen I ".l had severe attacks of and blowing, almost out of breath. I 1

"Tom" :Morris. became known to A physician, of Cleveland, on a being far more effective in I Indigestion very: writes Mr. M. H. He ran up to the station just in time to catch hold 1..

me. :My mind at once turned in an- I Florida! East Coast railroad train the proportion for such work. Lastly, in I Wade, a farmer,"of 1 would R. P. D. I, of the rear end of the train, but the train had so much : t
Miss. suffer
other direction and dwelt the other home after a of disorder large scale we :
upon day, returning case on a
I lor monthsat a time. Alii I dared momentum that it threw him sprawling on the ground.
of the dead. in Flori-1 t the National Guard I ,
memory period of rest and pleasuring; already have eat was a little bread and
So I have been holding communion Ida| remarked! to the writer that he )I II which would have to be called 'out I .butter. consequently I suffer A bystander remarked: "Pat you did not quite ; +

with the blessed dead. Have you ever j had decided not to "come down" this ]! anyhow, as it is not likely that more I ed from weakness. I would try catch it," to which Pat replied "Oh yes, Oi caught it, 1
to eat then the terrible suffer-
thought of how lonely would life I! year, but when the first of March was than a hundred troopers could be I ing in my stomach I I took but it got away." 1 1 ;'

be without our dead ? It they couKl approaching the call to Florida was: concentrated at any one place at any I medicines, but did not get any Another remarked: "Pat you did not run quite fast .
pass from memory and imagination so strong and insistent that he "just I one time, and! that would not be better. The druggist; recom and Pat
enough "Sure
replied I did fast
I run enough ,
as they pass from sight, the fountain had to come." And he was not sorry 'enough to put down a riot in a big 'I 1
I but I did not start
of iminy. an inspiration( would dry up, he had! responded, as was evident in city. Loks to the Star like there is I mendedThsdford's soon enough. I
t and many a life would! wither. Often his words of appreciation of Florida a big "booger in this box." Eithera I I That is just the trouble with some people in sav. '

in the crowd their quiet faces and in the joyfulness manifested by great graft to be grasped or a pernicious ing money.-they do not start soon enough, cousequen. I

look down upon us in /gentle pity, bidding his wife and children, their looks of interest to be protected. 1 I tly do not get anywhere and, like Pat, when an opportunity -

'- us be brave and worthy of the good health, as they recounted their [ At any rate the people of Florida ,SLACK-DRAUGHT{ comes along for them to make a profitable
t everlasting rest which now (I. theirs, adventures and their enjoyments while don't want any praetorian guard riding I 'I
investment they have to let it by.
:4 and in the night watches. when all is visitors in this state. Instances simIlar up and down the state, every man and I decided to try It. for, M 1 go
i still, their voices come back to us to this number tens of thousands equipped with deadly weapons and I I say, I had tried others for two Right now is the time 'to begin, Sven if the begin ;

with all the clearness of life yet many times repeated.Thu more than the'power of local officers. I or more years In w'tiout' : any improvement I ning is small. The longer you put it off, the harder it

with the mysterious: power of another call to Florida is only an invitation They could be and might be more I foutil the Black-Draught my health. I soon was I will be for you to accumulate something. c ci

lift The living we shall lose, but not an order or even a demand of a danger than a protection. : acting on my liver and easing i!

the dead we have, never to 1 lose again f that is meant to be obeyed. It The Star thinks the state should I the terrible pain. I I I II

As In thought we fellowship with our : it a cordial invitation at that, one esablish a motorcycle police force to ,. "In I two could cr t'rf'e: weeks, 1
I found go back:: to eadn(.
dead we are lifted above the cares that includes an offer on the part of I rl guard the state, highways, officers, I' I I only weighed 12J. Now 1

and confusions of this world. They I Florida people, to share' with all the who, In pursuing not only speeders' weigh: 147-eat anything: I want I

I world the manifold blessings that are I II but any other lawbreaker, would not to and by taking! Black-Draught '

to ACRE NELL FRUITED) F,\KM to be enjoyed in this state usnowhere. I have (to stop at a county line, and I do Hive not suiter.you: :tried Thedford's BRADFORD COUNTY BANK

ONLY HI730: WITH POlI.ntY I else. The call is to come here and! who 'would guard travelers on the j Black-Draught If not do so I -' ", f

''h Hun*. mule. weiron. farminie Implement with of Florida all the living. by them I today. N. T. RITCH, W. T. WEEKS. '
thrown In to .itli! intmnliauily. : '!'ocated in enjoy, us highways, people or, | ]. n, IUTCII.1 l
I. Mellon far famed for winter atrawberrln7; : :: : ] 'I in case; of necessity, near thrn.! But Over 8 million; packages sold I President. Vice Prcs.dent. Caahler.. '" ':. :
bat of eondltlona fir generalarming end -...... -.. ........ ""Ir ,......... a year. At dealers' > ", I'I'I
fruit ralalnir.: n.nr RR town all convenience, when it comes to setting! up a regular I I !
t nwm-r.makinir fruit....oranime. .......rru'.. dim '..AC.\: n'1..!: LdLhtitit111E; : 'J4III'.I.1"At ,.,......1., I standing immense- regular: t .. .... "! 'IfI I I
hou army .. .t.
t Kachea. peara. plum.' gmpra: : 7-rootni :e.. .." ..". "." .1...." ru..-...: r." t
I rattle affaira. ..11.41160.part the and trte..rr..e.a I' ---- -- -- '
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1 MfllBWHflfflEPIKTSHffl' !! "' more calls for milk than could be sup-I To charge tf tot a bushel of sweet I I
1 for this Plies Cured tit A to t- Day
potatoes i 18 Aotaftthing new
plied on account of the shortage of IVu: |M.,..f n.nn..n !: vlxmtf
section, whl! fV ftrows and ships large lfdtnnorrmtrudtmtl't..e.. "
half pint bottles. However, more ;! toc'ii1ln'nl until <
@ Bits of LocalInformation @ ] Roy Edwards bottles have been provided and this quantities ct ipe tubers. Irish pota- ll"'li'rv":Mill': !'M1:iHliwra;:I utter, tb Itching Hit Hlli auuiiumma' l.. and you, 'P*<:T-t n-.. t i iacNOturfastrhtuptptoanlri

week there has been an Ample supplyfor toes, being Vti' 'tly more nutritious, '
the children. are more \j'V'ii'cfll'\ ; to buy than the : .
The PlumberI sweet under ftrtwrtt prices. I ID CX1CW1"1'1"IuI/hI'I'/ : 1j '"

BAPTIST CHL'KCII; BULLETIN A little 1 bVAch: ) of culled beets costs COFFINS' & CASKETS

Concerning Our People, Business and J 10 ({cents an'l ? bunch of three green'I And a Full Line of lNUndertaker. ,
I have reopened business in j onions costs \0
(,. Progress in the County and Town. Starke an. a plumber and ask ,+ On Sunday next, should l the weather But luokllj'k very few need l bo the I .' Supptit. aS (

j for a share of your patron- I be favorable, we are expecting one victims of \,profiteering.\ Almost I AUTOMO'IllLE HEARSE '
i of the best days in the lift! of the "I -
age. No plumbing problem church. that every houai'dMdi't1\ con command Always on hand. The best ser
1 is too large or too small or Everything points way. little plot nf fa-tutu! Wg\ enough for agarden. '
Men's union suits, 4e.!) Crowder's, ncat tho lowest priced.' Spc- ::3eta'
.. Mfr The the in p
parents, and :Mrs. R. S. Powell. spirit of people preparation '
I too intricate for me. Work A b'of' ; 23x23; : : feet will !irrow attention .telegraph or- j.r.
J. L. Peek in done on short.DoUrt", satisfactorily for the revival meetings is splen enough: of v'Vl'tuMtH for a small' .. R<, Embalmer
spent Wednesday
did. Never did have .INt.rf'd. +
Everybody is; invited. Big Eas a pastor a more
Jacksonville.C. and at reasonable family, as i 18 (Mi ter Sale at new green front store prices. I have had many spiritually loyal body of people to Mrs. J. T. '\'lllrf and 1 others in Starke. DeWITT C. JONES
work with and this is tho foundation
F..1. Crowder. I
L. Hodges made a business trip' years of experience as a + of all permanent church development Get your RIH-VI') ,' ready; you nan: plant STARKE. FLA.liliIlUmlr1llClQmlummmcmmar.um,. ri
plumber in different cities t something I IH.I! U any time of the year, 1
to Macclenny Monday. Miss JJessie McCormick, of 'Galnes- And there who not '
are so many are \ > :dattf
and when I was in businessin and no !\ppfitkill(, \ in required ,
ville, was the week-end guest of Mrs members of this church who arc help-
Starke the last time
:Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Thursday Florence Powell. work gave full satisfaction.my ing to lay such a foundation* VlayGod '--_____"''A" ___._____..._._...-.-.-..-- ._
chopping in Jacksonville. Ok bless them all. f 1IWI ;UuU7I\lII1IIoW/11f/.1lIU4llJ&.IIlIlIWIUI.lWUllllWl.1mWloll\ / : m11Y 10r>mII7CtpLL'g1; :

Dr. and Mrs.\ E. L. Biggs and son,, The morning service at 11:00: will

:Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Young nxotored Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Roy Edwards be given to the thought of Caster the REXALL

here Monday from Lake City. Jr., spent Sunday in Lawtey with pastor preaching on "The. Son of God

relatives. Starke, Fla.olJtr.IlIlmmmwmmmmm"'ommmmmmmmmnu. t With Power." Special music has been

Sale opens Friday March 30th, F. prepared by the choir which will add
A. Crowder. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson, of : to the spirit of the Dav. Tho ordi- One Cent Sale

Gainesville, came the first of the weekto returned last nance of the Lord's Supper will beubserved
and Mrs. J. C. Wills
:Miss Ollie Marr spent last week visit at the home of her week to their homo in Dinsmore.Mr. after the sermon.In ,
Col. W. T. Weeks.
with relatives in Maxville. the evening, at 8:00: the service

and Mrs\ II. A. Bishop and lit- will bo n memorial to one of the best 5 S7
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and children April 1s
Easter cards; and gifts for all
: tle daughter motored to Miami last loved young men in the public school .
motored to' Lake Geneva Sunday
occasions at Shoppe Elite. Friday to attend the state telephone life of Starke, and one who shared in
und spent the day with her mother,
convention that is in session there tho meetings and social life! of the
Virginia Weeks, of Gainesville, Mrs R. P. McLarin. this week.G. young people's society in the church, some
spent the week-end with Elise Jones. Tom Morris. Prof. Dowling will I See our window for of the wonderful -
Reduced beautiful
prices on F. Wackermun: of Lawrence- speak on behalf of tho schools, Thomas -
J. S. Smith of Chicago, the Easter hats at Shoppe Elite. A Come in and circular.
was burg, Tenn., is in Starke. Mr. Wuck- Limhuugh will voice the sentimentof bargains. get a \_
guest of II. H. Young last Friday. new shipment just arrived. iTinun owns a large tract of land in tho Boy Scouts, while Dr. Bullen I

the southeastern portion of the coun- will bring a message of comfort and
Dr. W. B. Parks was a visitor to 2000 yards of new ginghams,
ty and l 18 here to look after his prop- hope. Seats will be reserved for his I U
Jacksonville Sunday.F. tOe yard, Easter sale. F. A. '
Crowder. erty interests. classmates and others of the hitch II MITCHELL'S DRUG STORE
school who wish to honor the memory

M. Johnson, of Hampton, had If.OOO pairs of shoes on sale, stan of their departed friend. The crowded -
F. A. Crowder Easter alcLadieJ' ,
business' in Starke Monday. Men'sHose dard brands, Queen Quality,' Sally monotony of our days has been 77Store J JvKlrommttlml
Hose 8c pair
:; ;
disturbed this sudden death
8c Coats' Cotton Ic. Lumm, Douglass, Regal, Florshcttn by yet j
Big shipment of dresses. See them. pair; arid) other makes. F. A. Crowder's.. we see in it u glorious opportunity. oil

Crowder. sale. Wo will not turn aside lie was ; : fflfflrBffiDaiaiffitaaiBncimnmfDinfflcinjrofMiuiuiBUCDaitD\ / naiCDaifl
Mallory Jones, one of Duval county's -
worthy, for whom we should do thin.Uiblo I .
efficient deputy sheriffs has been t
Mire J. C. Hoover had as a weekend with Mr.\ and Mrs. R. C. Cowling and school at 0:.15 a. m? J. T. I

guest, her father, Dr. Chace, of spending relatives. a vacation in Sfarke} son, :Misses Aileen and :Mildred Bowling Quigley, superintendent. The B. Y. .

Jacksonville.Dr. of Jacksonville motored hero on P. U. will have a special meeting at
'afternoon 7:00 in., under the direction of
Saturday and spent until Sunday p.
Don't forget we have moved to our -
Ralph Smith, of Jacksonville,, known the at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas LimhauJ'h.
ncyr green front store as
was here on professional business Futch building. F. A. Crowder. W. Middlcton.: : .
last week. .MOONS1IINKK) ; IN ROUBLE:
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J. Ileenan Williams 'and Brooks YATES-PADGETT: -
K. L. Lewis, of Jasper, visited his Deal, late of Starke, now of Lakeland '1'110 cause', state vs W. M. Thomas,

daughter, Mrs. J. C. Robinson last spent the end of last week here Mr. Allen Yates and Miss Nellie charged with making moonshine, was I
week. looking after business interests. Padgett were married by Judge H. decided County Judge H. A. Green'

A. Green at his office Monday mgrni'sr. ) court Monday.< Defendant plead not '" 4' d '

Miss The!ma Holtzendorf spent Big shipment of all kinds of dry I guilty and a jury was empaneled, ;
Sunday in Jacksonville with her sister notions etc. Crowder's new Mr.\ Yates has lived in the vicinity consisting of the following gentlemen See the"spendthrift"-,'
goods, betide lid
Green. und : C. F. Hoover, foreman U. II. '}y h Oh I woe ;
Mrs. Floyd store green front. I of Starke for a number of years Witl' throws h i s money
is an industrious young man. His Alvarez G. It. Bennett O. W. White ",t I from side to side, Ir
Mrs. B. F. Carter of St. Augustine Mrs C. S. Corky and Mrs. D. A. I bride is a native of Clay courty, but H. J. Pearce and S. L. Peek. They I t 21e; !squandering stiw| !m-

was'a guest last week of Mrs. Ed R. Sullivan, of Williston, mother and has made her home in the Pine Lev- found! defendant, guilty but they ax ?ttrrl4 it during ns lie Roes; nor stops lo think of bI
the Imrvost
] he
{ihe I nIl
Avell and 1
Net for time. The us prosecuting attorney
sister of Mr. J. F. Colley are guestsat el community some I want he will l have lo (' the
I his home on Broadway street. young couple will be at home to their sheriff/ asked leniency for Thomas, ngeiim yours tiller shadows\ creel),
J. G. Alvarez of Jacksonville, spent' many friend, in the Pine Level com- on account of his age. Tho judge 1J1{ r mill I throw their gloom tl
Saturday and Sunday with his grand- Inman & Ritch insure everythingthat munfty. gave as mild a sentence as ho could l i way, when youth hum.4 lied I and t hair
do which fine of J'' I -I' is gray. Dear friend, Inku thin lev
; mother, Mrs. Lalla Chace. is Insurable. On the job every consistently was a heart nor from the
KINGSLEYMrs. $.9() and all costs, or six months.. in ti non lo your :
I minute of the day and sleep light at RESORT FOR ''I't',,; l ffi'f SA VIG'pnlh: depart; for us! surely .
See our bargain windows. The night 3-10-tf 1- tho county Jail. I') l follows night lh! day' limit "speiul-,
sale opens Friday, March 30th. ; F. B. Cady and family have The case vs Charley Lee and Solo th rift" bar his price, to pay, for fo|. .
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and son, moved to Kingsley lake for the sum- mon Ik-Sue, moonshining, was put off I Lr of lies unit,he's fur forced wicked,to waste liistc.MOIIAl. ., the cup b

J. P. Wilson and A. J. Cone, Sr., of : Paul Ernest will leave Sunday after- : mer. She has leased the Howe cottage on account of the absence of an important !- rue i

1. Jacksonville, were here Saturday the noon for Tallahassee where they Will and will conduct a resort for theaccommodation witness. ( I .:

, i s guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peek. I remain during the legislature. of visitors and picnio ij; A BpendlhrlflV pace 'l. II retried
parties. The plnce is charmingly located 1IAVK YOUR( OWN GARDEN race. Shun the path, and avoid the I'

:Misses Margaret Wyman and Edith Misses Mona Alderman and Louisa and there will be splendid j wrath. thin Hiiir, I ;
Dwight, of Boston Mass., are visiting Fernandez, who are attending the boating, bathing and fishing. This Strangers coming to Stnrke must g1 keeps, von on time! open liiKiiwny of
:Mr and Mrs. L. Wyman.Mr. Woman's College at Tallahassee, will resort will be hig '-clals and a liberal get the impression that this sectionis N prosperity and good citUrnship.\

upend their Easter! holiday with their : patronage is confidently expected. as barren as the ;Mohave desert,
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson and parents. judging, first, from the living skelu-

Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh spent Wednesday Last week the local W. C. T. U. tons of cattle that walk about on our "'

in Gainesville. Latest style young men's arranged to have milk from L. D. streets and second, from the price of HANK OF STAIIKK .

't straw hats just out of New Green's dairy sold to the school chil- certain vegetables and other farm n :The Hank of Helpful Service

New line of hosiery at Shoppe York City. Crowder's sale. dren at recess and noon. The plan Is produce. Thus a pound of dried-up STAKkE, )FLA.
Elite. proving a success! and there has t e'nrENTAWORD sweet potatoes cost 3 cents, while a

Ninety day and bunch velvet beans pound! of good Irish potatoes, Imported -

Mrs. J. L. Peek and children spent strawberry cups.und crates, Brubhari ) from the North costs only .I cents. .
Sunday in Jacksonville with Mrs. Iron Clay and Whipponwl! peas. J. % --- J ._

Peek's sister, Mrs. J. P. Wilson. I"'. Kicklrter. It -.b, --v "-r- 1tIIr. -..

}Ir. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan Misses The Ladies Auxiliary of the Pres-

Ollie !Mnrr and Schellie Hutto motoredto byterian church will meet Monday

the State Farm" Sunday afternoon. evening with Mrs. J. M. Mitchell New Wholesale .Store

LOST-Two keys tied with string.
Mr. Coyer, Misses Ella and Maud Florsheim shoes, new broge !
I Return to Mrs. J. M. Mitchell; ; ,
Manning were visitors to the State last $12.00 value, Easter wale I Starke. It "-

Farm Sunday. price $//.9) .>. Crowder's green ,

front store. Come to see us. WANTED: -Hundred women, whiteor
D. Doree U building-! new bunga- colored. Apply canning factory,

low on Seventh street some distance Judge R. A. Green and Dr. W. E. W. E. Lee Co., Inc. 3-23-2t: I have opened= at my new warehouse on side
east of the park. Middleton attended a meeting of the I
Shriners at the Masonic Temple, in FOR SALE-Strawberry! crates com- track at S. A. L. railroad; depot, a
:Mrs. A. W. Anderson went to Law- Jacksonville Wednesday night. plete with cups. D. W: Moore The- t

tey last week and visited Mrs. Geo. re.iBu. 2-16-tf.

A Anderson. Mrs. O. L. Beasley gave a card Wholesale Package House
FOR SALE-Wood: for stove or fireplace -
party last evening for the benefit of I

;300 pairs of Shoes! Crowder's!' the Woman's Clubhouse found. Quitea I, good quality, right length; '

sales oc( pair up. nice .sum was realized for the club. or delivered drop ma; low a card.prices.D.Notify I.. Gatlin me, Horse, mule, cow and poultry feed, all the ,

F. A. Crowder returned Monday after A license for the marriage of Mr. Starke. It* leading brands; hay, uats, corn, meal, grits,
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ten days in New York James W. Moore of Valdosta Ga., '
speeding ;
FOR SALE-Pur, bred White Leghorn flour groceries and fertilizers tobacco
City. and Miss Eloise Owsley of Theresa, eggs for setting, $1.50 for 17. case ,

was issued by County Judge Green Pedigrea flock; took prize in Dela- cigarettes and soaps. These goods are all
:Mr and Mrs. J. :M. Mitchell Mrs. Tuesday.
state fairs
Edward Burns and Mrs. Nell Hughes 36 ware last fall. Pennsylvania David Asquith Starke, new and prices are srj low as the market will
motored to Gainesville Wednesday! Easter sale of staple dry goods .
inch sheeting, mohair tick blue denim at Fred Waters' Store. lt'&STTwo allow. .

:Mr. and :Mrs. James Warren, of madras sheeting, nansook all yearlings male un

Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with her colors fine ginghams F. A. Crowder marked one red with white hairon \\'e wish your patronage. Satisfaction guar-

mother, 1\lrs. M. L. Johns... new store green front. forehead; other white and black
mall spots. A. Swanbom, Saxton. anteed. Come and ste me. Yours'r

:\In. Robert Tanner and baby, of Mrs. E.V.. Harris and children, 3-23-2t: r

Baldwin, came Monday to visit her who have been spending several .
weeks at the horne other. parents Dr When ordering your Missionary and ar
PERFECT HEALTH Klondyke strawberry plants /or

r....'. the ."ot_ In .r.etseas. J. L. SIMMONS I growing runners specify Allen' S R. JOHNS
5lBira.. bow.. ..... J5A .... PLUMBER AND ELECTRICAL and get the best that can be grown .

VIGOROUS BODYA CONTRACTOR pure and unmixed. Acc ptno sub- ..

...-... ...ad"...lot sick h..dach. ESTIMATES CHEERFI'LLY GIVEN: j' stituteo. "Mr, N. B, Hull represents STARKE, FLORIDA
Telephone 133-J us in S ark, and will forward your !

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r res of pecans and recommended pro "propu sties" used by the clowns, froma

rr I per pruning, spraying and fertiliz slapstick to an automobile, haveto
'..' '" " " --." Cans
r------- ing. be railroad manufactured cars all need or renovated.The attention., Z or 3

t With The BradfordCounty Putnam-Potato growers are beginning while the machine shops take care
to spray and dust for early of all mechanical equipment, including -

blight. Late plantings are showing ,the lighting plants. of Baking PovvderAre

Farmers butter prospects for a crop than Seldom is a tent used the second

earlier ones. season, except as a reserve tent, car-
I ried of railroad wrecks Not Worth the Price of One
in case or
1 L......................_......_.....-.-.----............--- St. Johns-Applications for calvesin other accidents.. Therefore, most of

f t the Jersey calf club now total 46( : the tents, even the "big top," have If they are the "big can and
VS-s DeSoto-Will Darby, a local far : to be replaced. Thousands of yards

ttr CHIPS CARPET: GRASS PASTURE"One :MAKES. GOOD mer who has followed my advice i iftro in of canvas are required., Throughoutthe cheap" kind because they

I ving strawberries has produce winter months the tent shop is

Humus means life to the soil Don't +7,000 quarts to the acre. I a busy place, with dozens of men may mean baking failures.CLUMET.
of the most needs of
burn weds and grass. Plow them working on the great rolls of can-
c under. "! the Florida cattleman is a good per- Duval-Have ;established;:; six cotton I vas.

'Inexpensively demonstrations of from one to Performers Keep Busy
After all is done and said, there is i established on cutover lands twenty arces each. The; land' half The winter brings little rest for the

no better fertilizer, all things considered ( where the presence of roots and been (prepared and fertilized. accordIng performers either. They have a busy

than barnyard manure. stumps makes the, use of the plow to instructions. season ahead of them, which means
too difficult," \fl quote one of the prominent -
that new acts must be worked up. The Economy BAKING POWDER
i'c cattlemen of this state. !
A serious tomato disease is rust, or f range 'akulla-Club members are getting The clowns must perfect new stunts,
fruit npot. Thin is especially bad in I Specialists of the College of Agriculture -, purebred pigs. Farmers are still for the circus audiences are peculiarin .

wet weather. To control, spray with Gainesville, answer, "Car' cooperatively ordering good seed. that they lok to the clowns, more I e Knv ,per Don'tletaBIGCANor

;I, 41.50 bordeaux mixture. If the fruitis pet grass meets this need whereversoil than any other part of the program, a very low price

about ripe, spray with ammoniacal and moisture conditions are' Taylor-Melons are up; the standis to provide them with comedy whichis I .t M.er.Y yMe'LU _
solution of copper carbonate. right. It is not exacting as to typeof 85 per cent good. Farmers are entirely original.It you.Experimenting.

It t soil but requires a fairly good ,' about fifteen days further advanced is a fatal mistake for a trapeze ET with "

I.r. Talking about improving your land, supply of soil moisture. IFt thrives with their work than a year ago artist to stop w0rk, for then they be- ,,.ne1Rw an
on much of our flatwoods lands and uncertain brand is expensive -
I I Mr. Farmer, why not give legumes gin to acquire flesh and lose some
Ion! locations that do not become too
I' a chance this year? Velvet !beans: ,.I Walton-Many are buyingbig of their agility. Therefore the "beau: because it
cowpeas or peanuts are among the dry I grade raw materials and are home tiful ladies" who do the daring tricks : Wastes time and

\ :+ best known for this purpose, and be- In ;iplanting carpet grass, sow at'I mixing their own fertilizers. and stunts high in the air must work I money.
the rate of five to six pounds- seed AK O1
sides are profitable crops them in the winter in order that they may I I
,{; selves. to the acre where the native grasses I I Hillsborough Strawberries and make no fatal slip in the summer,! GPO The sales of Calumetare
have been burned off'or
:;, closely citrus still moving to market. Grow for constant practice is the price of over 150% greater
grazed, experts on this/subject ad circus life perfection. I than that of other
Women, clubbed together for individual ers are spraying.'BrevardGrowcrs I any
vise. be made
Seedings may anytime ;
f1, 'I. group and 'community good, of from April until July, providing Some Hare VacationThe I BEST BY TEST baking powder.
I 'I Elkton, St. Johns county, were responsible there is an abundajice of moisture. are purchasing winter season provides a short :
for the I supplies and preparing to spray for vacation for some of the circus peo i
raising of enoughf' On large pastures where its success i THE WORVD'S: GREATEST BAKING POWDER
melanose. pie, however. The boss
canvasmen I
in their
money neighborhood to extend is not fully assured, it'is well to'
cooks and I
waiters, wagon-masters,
their school two months longer'
restrict seedlings to small select : ,
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than the regular term this Polk-Strawberries, citrus and lettuce musicians clerical help, freaks and
year | areas; and, if these are successful, still moving. Many settlers are other sideshow people are enabled : the movement of prohibition officials.As ures have been made, it is estimatedthat

L, (i seed will be produced which will be coming in to farm. to rest up, rejoining the show just a result the "dry navy" has not fully 20,000 cases of liquor are
A home demonstration club in Walton I! distributed by stock to other parts before it takes the road. I been particularly successful in inter being handled along the New England -

nrfr county recently named and set of the range. Marion-Boys and girls- are much ,Some of the performers have con-' cepting the thousands of cases of New York, and New Jersey ,.j

to work a committee to determine the I interested in poultry club work. A tracts which enable them to do vaudeville liquor brought ashore from the rum coasts each week.

:,,j, ( extent of the educational training being TOBACCO EXTRACTS KILL SUCKING local bank is assisting them in securing -' work during the winter, and fleets by a small navy of little boats. The great expanse of coast line,
;,1. received by the children that
INSECTS OF MELONS pure breed eggs. Many new thus they keep in trim as well .as Britishand, German concerns are:reported with the small number of officials to
: 15 i county. The club will soon hear the
I farmers are settling in the county. earn extra money. Most r>f the per- to be planning a warfare on guard it, offers great opportunity to
, .k" report of the committee and take The melon aphis, frequently call formers, however, stay with the circus the West Indian middlemen, who are the rum-runners, standing out at sea
steps to make improvements. ed the. "Hessian fly," a serious pest said to be profiteering to such an extent -
Flakier-Dairy -cattle are being in winter quarters. The costumers beyond the three-mile zone, to send in
I \ of cucumbers, cantaloupes, squashes, tested for tuberculosis. have no vacation, for thousands that they are hurting "the trade.', their cargoes in small boats, from I
i 1 Much can be done to control "ear watermelons and other closely related of costumes for the coming season I, Should a price-cutting war develop, which they are transferred to motor

I ". worms" or "bud worms' of corn by plants, may be kept in check AWAITING FIRST JUMP must be made and repaired. the thirst of thousands may be quenched trucks.

dusting lead arsenate through a 'per by spraying or dusting with strong Soon Ready For Road more cheaply han ever before
Because of the recent activity of
: ,. forated tin can into the corn tips. tobacco preparations.Prof. for both big syndicates have huge
Big "Shows" Have Spent Entire But the winter's work is about over the "dry' along the New Jersey -
: Use a perforated tin can"for a dust J, 1C. Watson, entomologist Winter in Preparation now, and even the animals seem fortunes behind them, and if such a coast navy the said

er. Do this in time to catch the of the Florida Expirement Station, to sense the coming trek across and war begins it will be a fight to the to have transferred, rum-runners th fir landings are to )
first generationthe( bud worms)' in discussing the control of this pest and down finish.
The. circus is coining out of winter up the country. The last- Long Island and the Connecticutcoast
; and the second generation (the earworms recently said: quarters! Soon the bright red i! and miunte repairs .have been made, the As a result of the increasing rum : with such success that foreign

J, ,"r ) will be greatly reduced in "In the past the usual method of: gold, wagons, the clowns, the fan wagons are bright and shiny, already traffic, the Long Island fishermen are ship captains, are protesting to federal -
1 number. Mix the lead arsenate in dealing with an aphid outbreak was for the "free like their New
I fare of trumpets, and the snarls of street parade at prospering Jersey authorities agj-.lnst the ,
r ; an ('qual'amount with air-slaked to spray with a soap and tobacco de wild beasts will mingle with the noon." brothers. Their charge of $5 a case rum-run-
,: !I ners off New Yoik! harbors as being
t lime. I coction. To make an extract, place dust from countless city pavements But if the show people themselvesare for landing liquor is bringing them i a menace to navigation. '
"0/0! tobacco stems and refuse In enough or small town streets as the circus anxious to be out on the broad undreamed of wealth. Most of them I

: : TO 1IAVE FEWER EAR-WORMS. : water to cover this material and allow parade wends its way, delighting highway again, their anxiety is noth- now own their own homes and auto I

"t ON CORN to stand over night or to simmer the hearts of every youngster, regardless ing compared to that of the average mobiles and have money in the bank. FLORIDA INLAND WATERWAYS t:
I over a slow fire for an hour. The of age. boy who has been saving his odd The fishermen have even formed a ':

Are you thinking of growing corn solution should\ then have the color of In no profession is the call of the nickels and dimes against ,the day pool, so that if one of their boats Is'' Such is the topography of the State

this year, either ,as a garden or asa strong tea. Before using, dilute with road so strong in the .springtime as when he can walk through the gate captured by prohibition officials the' and the number of feasible water

I.' { field crop? Are you making any ten times the extract's weight of in the circus profession. The longing "like a gentleman," instead of crawl. unlucky fisherman will be reimbursedfor ways that could be constructed with I

; plans to prevent loss to this crop j water. to get back under the "big top," ing under the tent, or the' more tedious his boat and enabled to purchase a minimum expense, that it seems
rir from the ear-worm? If not, now is "Black leaf 40 should be used with smell the saw-dust, and lead the old route by carrying water to the another one.Automobile. little short of criminal neglect that

the time to begin preventing this' j" water, in the proportion o&l to 800- nomadic life is getting stronger and elephant. men also come in for a we have not been working on this
1000. Dissolve whale oil or other these A feverish very important adjunct to our com \:
days. activity -
trouble, says Prof. J. R. Watson, entomologist share. Anyone who owns a truck and
' j caustic soap in I 5 gallons of water permeates every corner of: BOOZE PIRATES ACTIVE merce long since. There are a number -
\ of the Florida Experiment knows the roads can haul liquor at
J'IIf the water to be used for spraying winter the work of get of routes across the state and
quarters as
Station. f
$50. to $200 a load. An armed guard i
I'" This insect is the mostInjurious, of j, Is soft, use 2 to 3 pounds of soap; if ting "ready for the road" progress :Modern' Captain Kidd novell The Atlantic iu.jilwaya taken along to protect the other routes that could be easily
i hard, use more. (The makes turned and down !
soap es. :Seeking to Board Rum up 'round
( pests of corn. The eggs from load from road bandits. The adageof
I 7 which the worms hatch are laid mostly i I the spray spread better.) Add 1-2 As the parade In all of its glitter- Fleets and) Secure KUh Loot honor among thieves does not apply about ways. Our high-ways have
I pint of Black leaf 40, and heat for been salvation
brilliance leaves the "lot and our our greatest
ing ,
in the silk of the ears by a yel to the bootleg trade, where every I''
lowish-gray, moth. The young worms 5 minutes. When ready to use dilute the children line the curb to get the War among ;hnIHIa l nd sudden rum-dualer is ready to make a rich stimulus to build more and more of }
with water to 50 gallons."In first glimpse of the clown band and visits from them, but the waterways must
; eat first the silk and gradually make t rum pirates are of more haul anywhere that is possible.
I applying the spray, use a nozzle gaily decked horses little thought concern t the fl..p.tof come, for inland traffic as well as
, their way into the ear. If the corn apparently, > great Most of the ships now in the Atlantic -
;1 '\ grows slowly, they will have timeto of'the Vermoral type with an is given to the months of strenuous "boozerunne.off the Atl.it tic fleets are Gloucester fishermen, coastal. We note a great deal of
elbow. Be sure to spfliy the under work to get this small Coast than the. real agitation going on, and to say
:. consume a large part of the ear necessary "dry navy" onto by which are delivering liquor purchasedin
v before it reaches the roasting-ear side of the leaves, because it is there army in shape for the summer season Uncle Sam to uphold tha prohibition England or Scotland, taken to St. that we are heart and soul with any

i i stage. But, if it Is forced to grow that the aphids are located. Work All Winter '"ws. Skillfully evading the coastguard Pierre, Miquelon, where it is transferred and all of these movements Is indeed I
, I rapidly, it will reach this stage before "During the last year or so grow Many people think that the winter ships with the aid of a clever; to these schooners. Virtually drawing it mildly. The more I

!" the worms have attained their full ers have found dusting with some season, for circus folk, is a season set of signals, the hardy captains all of the large tramp steamers plying modes of transportation we have, i

,. .', size and eating ability. of the tobacco-lime dusts very satisfactory of hibernating, when the performers of the rum schooners cast much Inure between the British Isles and the more our acres will bear and pro-

Therefore, to materially reduce the for the control of aphids. and animals, alike can rest from their fearful eyes toward the modern Capt. St. Pierre carry 1,500 to 20,000 cases duce. Florida's future ia bright,
It is much quicker than spraying and labors. In however it Is Kidd. but we can keep it burnished
a by
damage from this insect, make the ealitYl of whiskey, usually a little more than, up
usually costs less. For satisfactorywork season fully as busy as when the "Gray Ghost" a Nightmare always working/ for better and more
corn grow fast. To do this, proq r ordered, and valued at from $4:> to
fertilization, good cultivation and (rrlffatlon a grower" should use a dusting circus is in full swing, moving,from Probably the most feared rum pir- $60( a case.Elimination. transportation.-Florida Grower.Be .

+ ;;., if a dry year, an'necessary.; i machine. town to town, heralded in advanceby rate is one nicknamed the "Gra of the Bahamas as a

This Is'the time to begin fertilization gaily printed posters showing 3host. This ship, a big atce, traWlcr whiskey center is said to have resulted WtseAdvertiseHabitual '

r; and cultivation. Start the crop right I'I EXTRACTS FROM COUNTY REPORTS feats which bring despair to the painted a battleship gray, is armed from higher prices being paid

and keep it right; do not let up. AGENTS' mother of every real boy. with a one-pounder in her bow and for liquor shipped direct. But this Conntipanon Cured
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First of all the animals must be carries machine guns aft on both star \loes not mean the liquor is any bet- 21 Days"LAXFOS
tl. a.ttit iler.a : Jefferson-Aided 30 farmers in trained daily for the coming season. board and port. The crew consistsof WITH PEPSSN- a specially-
et a Itiateu r ter.: On the way over it is usually prepared Syrup Tonic-l.aJta for Habitual!
_, rut w.s..lt.IUy sac mercy by nurlfytas and I[ securing calcium arsenate for treat- New tricks must be taught and the 60 men, as reckless ruffians as "cut" or diluted, once three bottles Constipation. It relieves ve promptly but
rk-hloath." blood. You ;..biooafelA48ifm.iatataO ing cotton for boll weevil control by old ones rehearsed so that there will ever sailed with Capt. Kidd. being made from one by blendingwith should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 daysto
I.." lavlir: .tlo.. EIT.... 1',... .. Florida method. Inspected 2000 ac- but t no trouble when the act is readyto The Gray Ghost has visited the rum denatured alcohol and water. induce regular action. It Stimulates and
Regulates Very
Pleasant to Takx 60c
: go on. Winter quarters presentsan fleets off Highlands, N. J., and also Making Sea Brew per bottle.'?
animated scene as the lion tigers. off Long Island, and has stopped The shore dealer usually "cuts"

nonkeys, elephant, and other animals many tramp schoners as well. She again, so that the original bottle grows Be Wise-Advertise
( are given their daily lessons in always takes the full cargo of booze to six. Two auxiliary vessels, one car-

jumping through hoops riding bicycles and disappears into the night. The rying 7,000 gallons of alchol and A TONIC

i and other tricks. hip's home port is_ Boston, where its the other equipped with stills a drove' Tasteless chill Tonic restores

Not An Idle Day said she is owned and operated by printing outfit for making bogus labels Energy and Vitality .by Purifying and-

I ) START YOUR LIVER The paddocks are filled with horses threee supposed insurance brokers. and a bottling plant, usually Enriching the Blood. When you feel its'
lii taking their exercise. The training Afraid To Appeal cruise with the big booze fleets. strengthening.Invigorating effect see howit

arenas are in almost constant use _.The Gray Ghost and other rum pir- Some of the more progressive rum brings color to the cheek and howIt

for the rehearsing of hundreds of sits seem reasonably safe so long as runners are said to have pooled their improves the appetite you will then

performing animals ranging from they confine their' depredations toiquorbearing resources and to be in the market for appreciate Its true tonic value.

?. Don't Take Calomel! "Dodson's Liver Tone" Acts Betterand white mice to elephants. The shops' ships, for these vessels a submarine. With such a craft, they Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is simply
of the winter quarters are workingto dare not appeal to the United States declare, they can laugh at the "dry Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. S.o

Doesn't Gripe, Salivate or Make You Sick-Don't capacity turning out new equip government nor to the British or navy." pleasant even children like It. The blond
ment, for virtually all of the larger other authorities whose flags they The "dry" agents are handicappedby needs QUININE. : to Purify it and IRON w
Lose Work- Read Guarantee circuses manufacture a great partof fly Enrich: It. Destroys Malarial germs and
a Day's a lack; of men and craft to pursue Grip germs by Its Strengthening
their own regalia. Battles at sea are expected, however the rum-runners. While many seiz sting Effect. COo.
I The bright red wagons, which rum- for the ,rum-runners have been
Ugh I Calomel make nick. It's ..ti niach junt u i
you or > sour try a upoonfnl
#11 ile so majestically in the early dawnas given orders to equip their ships with
horrible! Take a done of tho dangerous of harmless. IXxUon'. Liver Tone to-
drug tonight sod tomorrow you .. the small boy and "dad"' follow guns and to open fire when any pirate -
may ?lone a. days work. Mere'. my guarantee.-0e to any the stream from the train to the lot, attempts to board their ships. Until -
Calomel in mercury or nuicknilvprwhich drill store and get a bottle of DoJon' all need attention. A season on the this takes place the armada is
I cautteanecnxii. .* of the hone. Liver Tono for a four cont Taken
e Calomel, when It come into contact spoonful and if it domnt't traiirlita road puts many of them out of com basing Its protection on a system of
with lour bile crashes Into it, breakIng you right up and make VIMI ft-cl line mission and also makes necessary signals and general alertness.The .
I it up. Till I. when you feel that and vigorous I want you to go back the re-decoration of virtually every signals are arranged between
awful nausea. and I'ramping. If rail to the tore and get
your money. and
wagon cage.Many the of the vessel and its
ap111I1l1I'i..1I. and "all. knocked out if DoJ on'. Liver Tone i i. destroying the captain agenton
4. your liver in torpid and bowel. constipated sale of calomel b or you have lit-ndm-ho. dizzl-, medicine. entirely vegetable!, therefore The cages for the animals have to ected- by a great network of agents .
aer, coated tongue, if breath i is. "bud. it can not na.Iiva.Ut. or make you sluk. be repaired and strengthened; the and watchers, who keep close tab on ..

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FRIDAY. :MARCH 30. 192.1.!

NEW FORD DEPARTURE broad acres of towers, tanks con- APPEAL TO RECOGNIZE COMMUNICABLE DISEASES:: t(O. II. 22. 23. 24. tK. 28. 27. SB. ZO. and all GUARDIAN'S 10'rl'l TO 8KLI. REAL-KS.
tvctlim IP m.t ot New III.... all In T..-". 4
densing coils
centrifugal stills and SOVIET RUSSIA FLATLY AND 'nU'ELUniform !''o.. H. M E. In court of County Juil"?, of Florida

Daily and on a prodigious scale the decanters, 7 billion cubic feet of gas REJECTED HY HUGHES: For the pU.I'.... of holilinir said alcatfon. the rdor County. f'at.
fdtluwlnu mwnairera are appolntiMl for the I of Jit me* M. Maxwell. dec .
miracle'of the 'al. "M
industrial ago la 17,706,000 pounds of ammonium sulphate the Thrnwita dli.lrlrt i D. W. !Moor, U. W. UinM. .
wrought at the huge River I provisions governing ..> a. H. Swindle. Notir. I. hen,by givm to nil whom It
being 4,701,000(; gallpns of tar und State "Salvation of Russia Cannot ravel of persons suffering from contagious For th. iiunineu. of holdlntc aaid. election the I ooneein thai 1 I. Ida l>. MatwHl. ittmMinnnf airy 4
Rouge plant of the Ford Motor Company I ; fnltowlntr. mitnauura Appointed 1 for thu JurmMaxwell, Julia .
3fi.0,0K( gallons of motor fuel, all ara Maxwell l.nutia
lie :Made Outside and .. diseases in force
Injected.Vashington are now over llnmiium dutrlcf, A. A. Dimlutl. A. A.I Max well unit KMtercA.Maxwctll. minors, will
at Detroit and the halfccnturv these by-products are used in auto a laige part of the United States. tutuh J. F. Muiwcr. I un Iho .t"th dnv of Marrh. A. L>. '" apply
dream of the wor d's most tor the Minn.*** of holding told rtortlon the I the Honorable A. mn. 2a JIH.KO I ,
expert mobile R ( COUIII
making except ammonium \ :March 21.-Secretary Florida as well as Alabama, Georgia, follnuintt mnntw "m arc appointed for the j'I' in nml for inul .".oty. h>. SUirhe
metallurgists has come true. sulphate which is sold for fertilizer. ; I.mU.'v dimnct.' J. U. Ro.... A. If. H.roy.! I IJ I Klorhla' In nnid ".nl,.. At 10 o'clock A. M..
hughes today flatly refused an up- Kansas, Kentucky, Louial- L. IInrr.ll. I' it* noon t hem,ft f(or .. the matter ran ha
Henry Ford's new and outstanding One of the astonishing things at ana, :'iIii joe, :Maryland :Michigan, :MmluMotn 1'ur thr m'po> 'M> of lioldhw paul election( tho heard for authority to .i>ll, at puhlia or prl-
leal to recognize the Russian soviet fitlliminir. nmnntu'iH. are npuninUHl.. 1 for the thin, eat,.. the ftttid interest,
it I Is declared the one
is the
triumph unquestioned River Rouge plant is that although llrnilft.rd .1.0"
&government made to him by representatives Mississippi, New Hampshire, dat.IOWm.: Iliirrall U. W. Unrty. n\inth for each a fotirnMventhundlxidod .
demonstration that his 22,000 men are employed C. M. Andruwc.For : 1 Intvmtt I hi All. in I he following d".
of the women's committee North Dakota South Dakota, South the; puriMmv of holding nail! election thailloftiiiic scribed rml relate, indl rnuntv. to-wlti
short cuts to unparalleled low cost I there few outside the .. nrnnnuora arc* lutrd fur the .
are ever seen Carolina Tennessee Virginia West apH" t'iniiii'tcing nt the Northwmt of
for recognition of Russia und I in a :/lir district s. CIne
: L. fnvicoit. J. W. 1'admnt, fiiMithuctit Quarter of ?Northw ,
quantity production are based on buildings. The inter-building conveyors formal statement declared tho "sal- VirginiaVashlngton and Wisconsin C. S. Kull.,.. running lht-i.e South three Qnar.ntxty.
scientifically and universally correct are covered and as invisible 1'h... piirpMa of holding mid .-, lIon thjliiuinu .mo fort l" the rlirht of winy of Gttorwrlit. South-
vation of Russia can not be contrived have already adopted the Standard : ( : mnimMi'rtt are appoint, for thin eta A I loridn UaUrf.ml. thnnco Kant thrvluiutlrtM
fundamental principles, ruther as the army of toilers. Railway Sanitary Code approved! by RltdiiH Htufrml : 'A T. Crmly. U: !M I Cn.- fiH't, thence North I"'o himttrctl II tty.
outside and injected. The statement M. .1., M. Bnowntctf.lor .
fert thencoViat Iho humlnrx. ItCh, ft
than personal magic in a special Indeed, the scores of Intel tocking which was made to the delega- the confi'i-enco of the State and Prov- Iho ) \1.11"f holding spud election tho I... or 1 less to jHtlnt uf Iwff.nninw In IhuSi
following miumgera. arc appointed, tom thn .. *
field. and h'I..rt. of the North went Quarter
conveying systems ion in reply to arguments it advanced r.cinl health authorities of North lliHtulmiii! ,illutrlfti E. M. Colnman. W. W of Svotltiti 'w'n' .nh. townnhip semen Houth

The Rive:: Rouge plant, begun only adapted to the tremendous touched Russian government, America and later by the U. S. Public 'li'mun. John t'ro\att L. W. KICKI.I ITU. :, of, Knnut. moro h".n.w.or I..... East: cuntnlnmn fouruiMtrt.

five years ago, is at present scarcely quantity production system, are the trade finance economic and various Health Service in conference with H. n. WICOINS. Clm.nlR"1; 1 Also that portion nf the North l.nlf of the
Secretary. |I tmUhwit
Quarter of tho Northwest
more than half compluted, yet despair of many visiting engineers policies inaugurated by them affectIng the hvulth officers of the United I{' "f $\ .", twitnty-nliio. Townjihip Quarter.....".

it is today the throbbing heart of who cannot understand how they State The essential of the HILL 1O ClLlhf TIT I K I I I Mnith, of twvnty-two u
part ; hf }
international relations.Mr. In the Urruit court for Bradford' County, onimoncinu I a point on 4h .. f-
the world's greatest single industry, can be set in motion all at once, kept Hughes' discussion of these code has also been incorporatu-1 in J.rinrldn.H.' William.In Chancery.. the (M'tvin. : ,'." A .1..1.:. ...>a thn ..
and, in many respects, it is the great- eternally in motion and yet be so subjects did not reveal any probability the United States interstate quarantine Complninanr.t'a tht'iirii "'''<>'h"n..0\1..1\ four"hundiwl Sorties nn
industrial works in the synchronized that the individual do- t'a twIhtnfi. inn h fthtmttrvd sOuL .1gb-
est world.It regulations, which apply to .
> of action by the Washington Florida I.anil 1 and Iimnlurn- ty-t.. f.Tt. thetiri' runnintfVmt forty.ciicht
was launched as the mater enter- liveries arrive invariably at given looking to Soviet altho travel from one state to another. tiun Company; a Corporation, fc-t time* mnnlnic South live hundred vluh-
government ..t at. > .
foot to point of ,
ltwo hrvlnnlnic, cont.minir
prise of the automobile manufacturer's points in exact accordance with the hope was expressed that comlitons The ode looks either the prevention UiifimiUnta. limn; arttWi mom or IfM.V .
needs of the in To lha unknown heira inlam! ... ....nl... \ hioh aplratlonill| bo IIIUIIM| th.
plan to control step of man-given points exact : of travel by infected or upon
every persons
would change in way which would und clnimonla of. through find tindrr August ."lt inn for \ich isle now on 1110 In nUI
his Industry from primary raw materials accordance with the needs of the availableto to the taking of measures to render C Wheoler di-crannd ; '1'hg Horlda' Land amiImmiyratlon .o.r.
make America's helpfulness (Corporal.\ ..,
Company a II. J. I'I"H| 1'Vb 27. A. O 1921.!
to finished automobiles and manufacturing process. the people of that country. such travel harmless ; to the adoption I.avi-y. Alwcanitar MoK.". Pelrly. Me"... thin I
The River it rcMidi'nca of whum aro unknown dvfcnilimu.Greelinia mrd.Hn of .'.mt".1.I.Uiwiii I WFU. ..
Rouge plant of such
tractors. as now Mr. general provisions as J.I"
It is his dominant thought, M..I.! Minura. 3.2.LStlt.30.tllilElt .

The scheme was to eliminate waste stands Is a mile and a half long and Hughes said, to find a ground for may render unlikely the transfer to You anil ench of you are. hirivby rcnuiiiM ..
to be anil to am>vnr .before the .ludutf of thit FOrt PUIUICATION
and speed up manufacture of parts three-quatrers of a mile wide. helpfulness, recuperation and resto- Irinklni cups, and other objects of Circuit. Court for the Kluhlh' Judicial, Circuitof In Circuit t.ourU. Htato of KlorlUa., I "

just as parts were conjured to swarm ration of peace in Russia His remarks general use; and to the control of ,..Florida i ith day: .In of anil Mav.for 10JH llradford at I Ito County eourthouHolit : on .Jvi.llolat' C 1.1'. 1."lur' county, In F1"h. t

into complete automobiles at the WOMAN TELL S HOWFORTY to the delegation, which contended fool and water on trains so us to paid... county. In S...."... Floriilu. t hill of complaint rxhihiU'd auainut you 'lit %v. W. her huittmndand
pioneer plant in Highland Park. GIRLS HID IN AT- world peace and the stability protect them from contamination by .aid court by J. II. \Vllllanu.' noxt (.iI..I |
TIC BY CULT LEADEIen' the 'Iho Itrnilford tounty ,'' a W secretions of infected !
And part of this plan wad to combine of Europe depended on immediate recognition persons. .u.WImRIu.r published' ;: In'1'.hi Ntarke. Itraiironl v.'O"I'I"ln"n1

coke ovens, furnaces, foundryand of RUSS by the United Prevention of all travel by !Infected (,'....n.y. Florida., IN hiMvhy. dmignatcd ... the .1 It. TFnynt* and Idn K.: Hnyiiuhirt I''
lowsapI.m In which this noticeehall/ l> pub- wit o.
steel mill into a single consolidated !\ Clothing Put In Room, To States, follows in part: persons is so difficult as to linTiiMl fur eight Aolineeulive. weeks. pffi'iidnnt

Represent Husbands be impracticable. Persons in the Thi> Innd divprlbrd. In tin I bill of complaint .' hy ntritlnvtt' alupiimhm.ui the
unit-the first time in the "I know how deeply interested you ) In thla cuuH.t. tile title to which' la ouuht ti> hlllll ,I"i'.lrl alwvoHitalotl cause \I' U.

history of metal working that sucha are in promoting the cause of peace, early stages of measles scarlet fever be itltpt4Ht| iiuninHt the .1..\... di'fi'ndimle. are anil: Idn. K. ]{n I lime wit,, 01
,particularly I iliiicrilwd/ an fUll""'.. lo-wlt : i.
firuiliiiitM therein non-rt-aidenln,
project had been undertaken. Grand Rapids, Mich., March\ 22.- and I can assure you that I am pro- etc., may complete their journeys before Nturt Iu.nst ll"'.. .... of the Soul liwrst Quarter the MOtto of 1 I'torhln. r: am :
How Benjamin Purnell head of the themselves know Section. 15 'rnwnohh' ll South hangs 2j: of \Vnurtim. ScntlnnJ : :," Hunt I .' ;:
or even
Further it was the, scheme to pour foundly in sympathy with your desires IHTHOIH ......t.10.. a triangular portion of Nortbwiitt iirolliui. nnd, they are : over the see oflnrntyon

molten iron from the blast furnace Isarclite House of David colony at and aims. I have done tho best that they are ill. Persons who have 1 Clunrter. 'lownntip of! tfoulhuiiBt and, Quarter lying w.of of aitldSictlon yeses' It I. therefore"h 0.1..0 thntKitlil

directly into molds and in the sin Ilenton Harbor, is alleged to !Ia'ehCl'del1 : that I could in the discharge of of- been exposed to seine acute infection u III.. Stark' and Lawtry. public raniie road and coutitlnlng re iiun-n iuli.il.'filth'nt. appear drfeitdanm to. the Iw "of oomplnlnttllid hornby .
ft mid 1.:1:1 ".'.... moro or ...... noreiarticularly 1.1
40 girls in Shiloh, hU home, mid! even persons who arc already ill In Mill Calico on or '. Monday tlmJnd I
that .
gle operation produce light, thin- ficial responsibilities to serve dmcribcd .. beginning at aimtor dtiy uf April A, 1>. 1023. othitrwlMO tim
sectioned high silicon castings which into the attic of the residence, whenhe which is close to my often travel without regard to the of .altl mail on North ii,,., of anlil de. I nll<' : ", of vald\ 1 hill will b. taken an oonw
cause, very criltvd Quarter" thenrn run Wont 6411 feet fetiHtid by Nnld llffondnntfl.
feared a visit by federal investigators health of other passengers. Furthermore I,, the N..rlhw..n.... of Maid Nurthwent
could be machined thus eliminatingthe heart. In further ordered tlmt thin order be pub-
)Mrti'r of MontheaHt Q,,<<.\... thence South : :: j
was revealed in federal co'irt there are sometimes good reasons 1.lt. once n week for four eon' *ritlvo| 1 Wfwktf
low and costly steps through "In speaking of the representativesof 717 feet to center of auld nind. thence on a hu Hnidford County Tt>loirrni>h, n nmvnpa
here today in the trial of the head of why infected persons should Mlriiluht line to point of beginning. Al.o. :t puhllKhrd i In mImi: ommiy anti ntntv.Thlii .
the pig iron stage.Metallurgists your general' organization last Iteirlnning at the riui'thweat corner !of Roulhriwt I'Vbrunry 88 1023.49i .
and mechanical the colony instigated! by John and travel ; for instance' it may bo advisable Cjuartnr::: of flolwliwiwt;: CJunrtor. Townnhlii U. W. ALnItRMN.
experts which
:Mary Hansel. The witnosi was Hazel May, I voiced the concern we to take home to its parents and Itantro. thenro run Feet on Hiwtion line >al.) Clerk tI cruel ClIlirt.
h card of it, smacked their lips felt for the welfare of tho people of ;"ill fuel, Ihenca' North 0.10: toot, thencw Kant By C. A. KNIOIir.Ditnuty .
Wuerth, former high i'riestes.j n child suffering form measles both HO feet. Iht'nco North R.4 ilun'i-e Flint to "tiC CUik.
and awaited-skeptical. Today they Russia. The evidence of the last year. North line of aid Southeniit ItuHrter nf ,\. H. CREWS.Smmiiciir .
and preacher in the cult, who is a for its own sake and for till sake 8i>lllhwrot. CJuarter, I hence \\'ont Hllll fi-et toNorthwest Complnlniint. n-2-8l-.1-30
to the River
come Rouge plant to see ru
have become even more intim-
as we corner of unl'l Chiseler, tlwnraitulh
for the of the children whom it is
witness plaintiff. visiting.
and marvel.A acquainted with the distress Into / < on Weal line ot aald quiirtvr to point, NtIii (
i I "Ben 1I11In told us at Shiloh that ately If nu provision is made for such cases of beginning.Wltneaa I Notice I In hombv .gIven. TflFNI 01110. of
little more than a year ago pouring which they have been plunged, has mv hand nnd ...I..r anlil court .Iuliiui,y. Morldit. thnt 0 woo 'h. ,'.
there was to be an investigation. The they) are very apt to travel secretly 'hla the Gilt day of March A. n 1U11.! I..M..I. ..nl..o a bill In the lf>e\lne".*
of metal into molds direct from intensified that feelinjr. constant -
Mrs. Wuerth said. "lIe put a coat, und without safeguards. ,.. w. AI.IIFKMAN( Hlnii" of thn ,'ololu., of the a1t of PlurIilit .
the blast furnace began in a small and dominant thought in our lerlt of Circuit Court lor llrndford Count) ,provlillnir lt. ....r.ndl. of nil out
u pair of men's trousers and u vest The 'ode forbids absolutely the fltHndtnu school l .' .... Bald. county.ri'itrtmmUd ,
way. Last October fires were lighted minds is "how can we help that Flor"y C. A. KNtniir.i bv outftlandinic noise anil I Isiewtrrftnts
the of each girl to the travel ill with of the
in give of
room persons any
i !Mini!I Uopiity Clerk.I of the board of fvubllo l.tr".l"nI 4.
under the second furnace. stricken ?
I Impressions we had husbands Kv: 'nir people plague cholera yellow fever typhus I N.: KNinilT.Solliiitur if llradft>rd 1 Morldu. afUir
: : h.
for Compluiuanl. a.U-IH.5-4 I ratS Mirllon ,. ; county.: Florida' nf naldIndi'ltlutliir
And now industrial experts come with us. Mary, the wife of Purnell, "So far as charity is concerned, it and smallpox-the first four because : ,,.,...(._.._. i.' irrn_. A lh..f...'- -""., ..h'nh"
to witness the daily miracle of 1,500 ; ; ; ;; ,; i
has been poured out lavlsly. I do not ui county al'ti-r (|IM
gathered the girls whom Benjamin they are not common and when once MLt. TO Ql'IKT TEll K ilui'tlntr Union county' portion thirvfrorn
tons of molten ore and iron, mixed think fair minded person can In time rhcuit Court: .., I llradford County ; nppmimt; tho of $40000, givIng tlmhmird *
feared would talk, and hid them in any started have enormous possibi'ilies! .., ,. sum
Florida In Ch""" ,
In scientific proportions and changed the attic. Forty or 50 uf us ,. ere doubt the heart of the American peo- of epidemic spread and are very disturbing J. If Wllllamn.Complttitiant.. : ..of}'lrhin.public I I injttruction authority:: to of I IIMH.M unld ftrndfordcounty. and fMnouottnbln

in a single operation, in the world's and desire to relief But of .taiil liremi ford county. In
pie our give 1".1.
kept there. While this was going en. !! to the public mind); and the n tho ,"... of until Indfhtvdnmo which

largest foundry, into superb castings others carried Benjamin's beer tot as you have pointed out, eharity i III fifth, smallpox, because in tho present Him Floriiln Company, I.anil,, a and Corporation lmnili ratlon ., I Hindu Hlmll I t b..inr not moro than Hln imr cuntIntnrvMt
all the Pi nnniiin imyablu o.mi.anntnliy. .
numerous enough to supply ties away so the investigators vould hot enough. The problem is far: dep- imperfect state of vaccination, et al. Hnd to its irimuil' In aurliii of not 'Mf Ihnnthiftf

automobile, tractor and truck needs than that. It is an economic Ih-fenilnnla. I Ihdiwnud ilollnnini'h.. the nvrl.*iof
not "find them. j I er problem the possibility of .tranHinittinfr, the Ti> Mr... Ed Clary and !II.. Ed flary, real., .nli| iHindu I hn mndo duv and paynbl on
of the Ford Motor Company. Thereis "After we had been in tne attic and humanitarian interest, how- diseaso from patients cannot be entirely dent of Illnelifoot l.lnlm ; Mm. W. M. llnynnnund th,. llmt day or Atiwiut A. I*. HS-4 nnd one
an ever moving procession of new- Mr. W. II. llaynea. who raid* at VI. ni.rUM of iii iii| bmiiU I. be duo anti pnyttblo on
2 or 3 hours Mary brought us down. ever, keen they may be, cannot escape avoided! under travel condi ilnlia, ioiimln : rendnnla. .Ito lnl dny of Anti-nut of end.I nnd every
'. ly fashioned molds whirling to the the underlying. and controllingfacts. (;..0"\a yi ar thtaritr, until all saul in.ti.iriu'nslute
Benjamin said : 'that's the time we tions. You anil! each of hereby reniilre l :; ln--n fully\ |>ald on.I ant islli.: whlrh homUMr

pouring stations on endless conveyors fooled them.' '' A case for instance of measles to lie and In npprar, bnfore tlm I Judge of the ,. to ho. a Men thence back knockout and llroult Court for time Eluhlh' Circuit county. 1.'I..il.. .".1 to do paid
, past I'oHHffwor of Large Fortune I "Not only do we not desire to Interfere typhoid fever, or tuberculosis, I rin. ,...s iif .1..1.1.., in nnd for I< .., .Ju.I..lul on out ..IrIM..1",'.nl *,' .'. of aald Ftrad-
. cleaning stations ansi tumbling bar- Ihu .. of April. 1'12't. nt the courlhouna ford county I loridn. It. ho raiHid by t.<"tl..rt
That Purnell was the !p rnfrssor ofa : with the internal concerns of no new factor into the puhlir health In nnld connIv. In Slarko. Klorlilu.. to ...w.. I ... ".... hy iwB.tuilntf oil laxnMv pmprtyIhortttf. .

"rels the to a roof huge where machine most shop) of under the large fortune in money uiul jewels Russia; not only do we recognize the I and while it calls for protective! me.1'i .a. hil 0"of"ciiinplnlnt hy J. II. Wllllnma.The exhibited. .",''n.t you In I:lie Inntruotlon. and:: nM.ulrtrtrr of l.anl: 1 the llradford: .unld lx county>nrd uf: 11'I '
which he kept hidden I in Shiloh was right of the Russian people to develop i ures against traveling patients' does) Hi-oilfiiril lonnty leli-uriliih, a weeklynownpuper Idti, '1 mt at>*do, M milTlitlfnt 10.11 ion of .
machined in llrmlfordCounty tieiuml I I fund thnruof ....h aaldIntcrr.it .
castings are immediately iultllnit-d| Htnrke. year pity
the statement of the wienism."One their own institutions but such interference not warrant their absolute rxclusi m rlorlila. in hen.ty di. .lunn1ed aa the nnd principal vuoli year t (Ito same

and prepared for final assembly. time," she aa'.I, .','nJul in would be futile. 'from train* noweiuirier In which, thin notion nhall be pub- b4.otnr> dun, and |mynl>U>.
Nothing in the industrial news of llHhi-d. for four consecutive ..., E. 8. M trrlvEws.
heard counterfeit bill: wvra beIng "The salvation of Russia cannot he The essential protective measures Thn 'land .crlhed. the Mil of complaintIn I it. E. KNKiJir 3.3.114-2)
the with this thin the IKIe whirl In nollKht loliu
generation compares ciculated in Denton Itu''l>oiHe took contrived outside! and injected. RUM vary with the ways in which the diseases null-led, cell aaainnt" Ihv abo\e. dnfelidnnte.. arep.euI.ileriy littlER FlIrt l'UIiI.ICATION
feat which is on'
manufacturing I me to help him exanvuo Irs' :.noney sia's hope lies in Russia's action. It are transmitted. They may duacrihed "the follown.Houlhweat. tjuar.ler. uNortiu.nnt In Circuit Court Stats of Florida.
CJiinrter :
scale so immense that it supplies the I i which was kept in II private vault Is absolutely impossible to deal with include isolation in II"P'I1IM! t'oni- Mertlnlt Iff. Townnhln A South, llurmi 23 I Juftlclul, Urcu.l Urmlfurd 1 County. In; 'r *
entire foundry needs of tho 'world'sgreatest l.iint. Al i itt, a trlaimular; portion of North- wry.Km .
Iin i his clothes press. lie examined matters which are in control of the partment, care by a responsible attendant uimt Quarter of Hollthi-anl Quarter of said. ; om Murrhe, S

automobile works. j'I every bill. He had more ban $100- Russian people( and which, until they disinfection of bodily dillI M.-ctlon. 'Jawnnhln. and ranite. lyIng west of Complainant.v I
road, and
this swift transformation the Hlnrka and I awley puhlle eontalninv -
Though 000 in paper currency. are dealt with, furnish no ground for : charges, disinfection of eating and ft and' 1-H ."... mure or Ins.. moralaillrulnrlv C. fc. Murrhf Defendant.*.
;, of ore into machined castings on a | "I saw in the! vault a I ucket full helpfulness, no ground for Russian I drinking utensils and means for carrying [ .,f nnul mad,diwcrihed on North. hvutnnintt line nf nald at cr5.t..r .1... I apiarlnv" | by affidavit *pP.n M to tho
prodigious scale is the most spectular -j rrilHtd. Quarter thenee run West HH feet '.1 HI..I, In Iho attiiv.H.tfid. cause that O.
i lof gold coins, wonderful diam.'n.s.hellps recuperation. out these provisions! without I li tin, Niirthwent corner of aald 1 NnrthwentMarier f Murrlw the dufnndant therein }'inin.d. lait

undertaking at the plant, there and of other jewelry niurbj. cross contamination of tho "ar. (. of Houl hi'iut l""" "". thence Houlh rtldent of .1. atat of Hnrlda and confical. .
.. .
other which have TIT t f....t to center of thence on a hlnutilf uroco of auhpoona can'I
are many reasons "B enjamin had taken the diamonds that his act was "a sacred rite." utraiwnt line I point..I "ad.lieifinnlntf... Ainu, not bo .rrveti! npon him. and In ovor the atio
led engineers and experts to declare liticlnnlnir at the. Southwest corner nf SoulhiM .twtnly-oiio. year It In Ihorwfor. '
and other jewelry away from his fol- "You have ruined my faith and ,t dunrter of Bouthweat Wuarter. 'lownnhln thnt ..,.d ri'olditnt. fundant. hn and (o..n.
the River Rouge plant "th* most significant -!' lowers. my children," Mrs. Pritchard told nnd Itnnirii. tumor run Knnt on Kentlon line "by wiulred Ui appear tu. tlm bill f>f complaint
and development Optimistic Thought. |. I feel North fi-et, thence Kant Hied I laid cauiiti on or bfor M"n.I.he
vitally important" j I "It took us four days to examine Benjamin Purnell following the con- It rants Inure to revenge InJiulMthnri MO feet thence thence North _tao durei Kiint to the 2nd day. of April A. I U. IIMI. oihttrwh.. thonllPMntlnna S.
in the world today. I North linn of nald ltmtitiunt (Matter: of of Hld bill will b* I.ko..oh- .'
{ and count the paper currency. fession to her by'her two daughters, I' 'I 1. 'mm to bear. theta ithwent Quarter, thane West HUD feet loVnrthweet toenail by ntd d.r.n.I..t

From Ford mines down in Kentucky j| :Mrs. Wuerth's testimony was on that they hud had immoral relations --- --- --- .--- eorner of nald 4""""'. them It la 'furthvr o.ln..1 that this note biulillHhid I
and \Vest Virginia which send I Houlh on Wtnt line of nald. ipinrU-r point | one. a week for rlu. con cutiv. I
direct examination, having been con- with the head of the cult. No Worms In a neaRby ChildAIlchiItlr.n of bevlnnlnir.Mtn weeks In the Bradford County. ToUtirraph. auvwapniMT
coal on a Ford railroad to the River \ my hand nrnl of sell court liiihlmhi'd In Aafd county and utaf.'Ihia .
tinued from yesterday. Made Girls Swear to Story troubled. with' Wurma have an unhealthy this tile 0lh. day of M..h..no A. l). ll>2H. February: VT, 102fl.

Rouge plant, and from Ford forests I Esther Hansell, daughter of the In the midst of her recital the woman color" which Indlc..,... "poor blond and Si arule. I.. AI.IIKIIMAN.lurk : O. W ALPRRMAM.al .
and Ford mines in Northern Michigan then in more or I Ira. Muiimc.li" flliiurtwiix, of Circuit r"r fur 1..M..0 County < ) Clerk Clreutt Cour
plaintiff in the suit against the white haired and nearing 70 (.KOVES TASTELESS CHILL; IONH1 lvii reitu.Inrly Hnr"R' ll/ C. A. .
sending timber and ore, thereis weeka will h ili- blixxl.' C. A. KN.oiir.Si.nl TMptity Clrk.
i fortwoor throw emu :
House of David and referred to as years of age, broke down. So great bi-puty di.rk. 'I. Z. AIKINf.)
a constant demand for machineryand the "key" witness in the sensation was her faith in Purnell, she testified improve.. thodlileiii, Ionand' eta an.afleiH'raiMrtijiiilienlnHTimli'tothewholn.yiiletn Nnl,,-' w'i,! then I V KNIGUT. ".1.1.i Cum..I..ln.n3.aBl.S.U. S'ilTltK
Complainant. :'l-O-At-4-4'
Solicitor for
for locomotives. From the tractor at the hearing, was expected to take that she would not believe her throwotter dlntiel the wiirmn soil.' ,h.." /. rlw'lln. _.- : OP H .IK. MIX PElt
and the Highland Park plant In perfect health. Pleaanut k> *'. "I.! < .. II.K. fir 1.11'
plant the witness stand today. Her testimony daughters' story and compelled them Norn K .ITAICKI liONDHI
Hereby nmirn in
tlm board of
and branches all over the world It was indicated, would virtually to bring a Bible and swear to her To Stop a Cough Quick ,luciand Notice, U(senor hereby tile Illven pannatfe that' In we the will leulnlature.f .Intro- I Irond. truntifi of fit* "Town of Htnrhv. rlorlda.

there is never ending/ call for parts convened In the A. l>. will rrcfilv ,ii'nteI bid for th. nurnhan cittti.tltto.IaI
a to ba
complete the case against with a hand the book that they
upon tllkolIAYES' HEALING MONEY/: 11..1' ., t of Water and Miiht I'lint bond'
a ( bill tit authorlne. rmiulraand :
and machinery. And the River Rouge cult which has been charged with indulging were telling the truth. Then she couth medicine which stop the cough by direct the hoard of :, cntnmlnnioneraof : of Ito Tuwn of Htarkir. Morlda 1ip to and
innludinic the 4tN day of April A. !0. 12.1.Hiid : .
plant has undertaken to supply, from in immoral practices in the protested to Purnell and began preparations healing the Inflamed and irritated llnsurs. 1."M..d county.the laxahla. properly to levy a In npeclala iduir.mir.rd bond, am to ho dntvtt Ii.. Strut ilny of

materials all the needs box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATK/ : for the or >avlnn. July. A, l U. IH22. an.l are to he In the ilanoml-
primary raw guise of religious ceremony, Much to leave the colony. A county liurpiNie f noUns of I.OMMmmch.( ..nd0 t,* interest
of this constantly expanding Indus- lo her SALVE for Cheat Culds.. Head Colds and to I'nlon ..un.)'. II.rd"he sum. of IIH.UOO i.flrn.lfi.nl at the rate of if pvr rent .or annum' .payablortfrnlannually.
Interest is attached testimonyas Mrs. I'ritchard said the price paid for I.. ahara property :
Croup) Is enclosed with every bottle of Morlda. an the ..Int.id t>n the first Soy, nf January
try.A her name has been mentioned by for group marriages in the colony was HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salve! prior tounty(a October 1. IUJ1. and.m riKiulrlnKhn ....1 I July. uf each your, with Interest couponnjicht
l The prlrmlpiil an.I Interest of raid
power house soon will .house the numerous witnesses who told of alleged 60 cents apiece. At one, time Purnell should be rubbed on the cheat and throat uch Ii imrnweit Lu ui Union,., hn county pruceeiU., florid, reallned: and from U $".n<)" ant paynblo at the Ilnnnvfr National'

world's greatest turbine engine, be- mistreatment of young girls at fled from Shiloh, his residence, attir- of children suffering from a Cold or Croup. ratify. and control the aou. aureenienta and Dank Tho, In mount tho city of. and bonda it at* of New. for York.sale !I.

ing built by the Ford .:Motor Company the hands of Benjamin David Purnell, ed in a brown dress and corset of IN The> the hmllnij ihrutt rlT enmhlnril..* of HareV with the Hoelln he.holl.If"'Ion..,,.,,In-of rniH>lutk. >na the of aanennor the board of lanra of and nr.: n.to

itself. The locomotive repair head of the Benton Harbor colony. the witness, she declared. The reason '."N" i 0-Peo-Tmta Halve. through tli. pure 01 logier. of laid Hrailfiird. performed county by them anecub.ed. or. .h.1 of*July"duo 1 each p..hl.year, "V.OOO.OU" )with tho *fln.t 925.
Out or
Uuooo Mop a ouuith.Ruth v"n.
shop is' rapidly being expanded Intoa Purnell May Take Stand for this disguise and flight was ...m..dlPa.re _ked In one carton ami the either of them In an effort t axree "ln. It.. .,0 ndlnu two n'eloak with' 1542.p. m,IllIwill on April bo tth.eeea.pt.4

locomotive and car building wprks. With the plaintiff's case nearing not made known : coat of tba combined, trvatmauc .u 39oJiiKt lilldate in, and pay said. 1".I.b".ln_" of of 11.0n. Ml t hhllo"art ".qul.d to dopl. with "K.. .
ask for HAYES'HF.AUNG un.l.r.m. of ii.. board trustees of
Under construction' at River Rougeare conclusion, it was evident a score or Under the supervision of Benjamin HONEY.your: NK20.thereOf .anti_ (;h.. .1".1'NutS.'. 11)21 Lawn, Volume of Horlila.JU2I. Two. \'u.h.. of Htnrko. Horldrt' bul cheek

mill would ba calledby the House of Volunui' thereofl and lo confirm fnr fl.OOT.un alo cheek 1 ha muda pnyabl
a cement factory, a paper more' ,of witnesses Purnell, members of One tn CHO Ct of the >f

and a glass factory, all designed to the defense and one report was David colony at Benton Harbor, duga NOTICE! TO iiii MArKUIAI.tt>r>pim: FOR FUHNISIIINO .no. ratify.. 1.t.for tax auch levy of""Ir.M..1. the county year 1 Ida.h"n.1 trustees of the t. town.. of ,... l.ar.J, .

meet the needs of the Ford Motor that Purnell might be put on the tunnel from PurneU'i residence to S...l.d bld will' ... r,' ....d br th. Hoard 1IP.M' purauant Mh t ..10 laws.Ibimi 192*. All bidder (hall oporlfy. the tIme within
of B.nd Tni t_ of Bradford. county Fl.pHln.at the dav. ,1'KM rjhrA- which the bl.Mt-m will 1 comply with the terms
Company. stand, thus breaking traditions of the a vacant lot to provide a means of Itm eTI( : a of the tli.er"tar i>' tha board atStark I K.). Y.. MATIHEW8.,' 3-U-flO dayn. |hrff artor notio I:* given bv the saimi I elect

houses cult that its leader should take no quick escape for Purnell in cane arrest -I *. Mnrlda a oeloek p. m., AprilIT. of the board of bond trust- that delivery
A great new bui'ung now !lstt. and *t that limit publicly\ op.n.d of th. brindai can be mado1
two 10-ton electric furna'ceswhich part in court actions. Purnell was reported seemed Imminent, according to I for furnl.hln f. a. b. Stark". riori.fa : MASTEK'8 BALK Ce.Un.1 cheek referred. t phov* U tnuVpooiUd be
I ear of utandard tone wlr>. wi.. to ha4ir. Notice In 'h.rehy given hat tinder saul by a. a vuarantvo full" cmnpllauu
make steel, and will house a 50-ton to be in Grand! Rapids. testimony late today by Emil J. Rox- : 41 Inch combination, wrapped 10, 20. 'virtue of that certain final decree of fore* with the bid wiihmliu-d., and In the scent of
the cult I in rod. lOll. entered January Xuih. .. of ouch and the failure, on the
in the The few adult members-of etta, in federal court here '.ur muln and on flce ptanfo bio
electric steel furnace-largest 21 kn< .'.1'1.a.2t A. V. 1944. by A. V. .. Judiieof part of tho bIdmier the
world-before long. knew of the allegedly immoral con- 'Tunnel Ready for Escape I lima 8001 sI1.! tha Circuit Jlnnu."I. ami f Ln.llradfordcounty lhi>rf.f, lame ohall IM e:: f'l) : mt ( |ul r:
very Hh.lvr! to submit pMlneatlnna anti erie. florid. certain cause wherein ,damairM and retained by of
This monster electric furnace, to duct of Purnell, according to wit.' Rosetta followed Ji Is wife on the ,,t wlra$ It 1 h proooMd to furnish ..n.1h.. Adam fou.r.n. anil, J. J.Cnnehnm trutt.e5. b I.d

called by the plaintiffs. Sev- stand in the suit of Johrf Hansell and mount lh.y will load: In the car. lrn.on .aiieham are defenilantn. ttftid town of Htark* bonda are U, b* litoii. S
be operated on the conductive hearth nesses The toard .......... the rl.hto reject any the .no will offer for sale and for the purpose of rtrConHtruetintt and .n.....
challenged the attentionof eral women stated they had learnedof wife against the colony of which Pur.pell ,nd. all bid.. will nell und.railne the highest, bidder. In in if the watorworka and clt rtrla light plaot
plan, has E. s, MATTHKWS.Atumtt : front of the eourthoune dunr In Htarke. Irail. of the Town of Stark. bo..
industrial men of the world and the reported misconduct of Pur- Is.,the head. Chairman.C. ford. county. Monda on Monday. the tad day are to I, Bold for not F".toa.1.1 SSHill

his- nell front his daughters, while" the "I helped di II. the tunnel myself," A. FUTCH Clark. -l .fit-i-U of April. A._ 1>. IU 2a. durlnu the legal bourn bond are 1 b* told with the approvlaifopinion S
make steel-making .. .
promises to of sale, for the pnrpne of satisfying nald of M. "'h..ndlk. Falatwr
sensationally as iron- male members who have testified Rosetta testified. HIt is ready for use NOTICE or ELECTION nnal' deeree. the followlnv real estate In 1 Ilodge. : of S
tory Just as the veeiert Inh...... by tha I.... 'Mradford .nun' Florida to-wltl Th tru to reserves
from their if ny I.r.r.
waking history has made at the first heard the reports today, a fast motor car, to be used ,,f .1"1'14.h.power. Board of rebUs Ifi.tnictlon of The North Half of the Northweat Quarter the* right all bid.

wives. flight were necessary was purchased Bradford County. E''.., heraby 0...... an el.,. i>f the Nrtiws.st Quarter of the SoutheastUuarter Uy. or. 1.0 of bond truatc
River Rouge/ plant. be held at the folluwlna ehoolhou.w at Beetlon Twenty-U. t 1241! Township nf h. of iT-arke. .1''..
at River Rouge 2,000 Mrs Pritj ard, of Chicago, a for .by Purnell Rosetta said quoting the ion In their to __tlva dintrict aa Tuaaday. April Five lot IU>uth. Kane Twenty.two East, con- .. QtnCtBYiChajrman
Every day of eloctinir. th,.. ..... liming Five a mare or 1.- of th. Board' of Hand TninteM.Town .
foe the .
tons of pulverized soft coal are roast mer member of the cult, renewed to- colony leader as saying. and 10. to .lirtarmlne pnnjoaa tha. amount or mllla... to D. Z. KNIGH of Htarke, Ylurd. S

of coke. Last day the charge that Purnell mistreated "Some day the Gentiles will chase be aaueaed and for tawt*y to further determine SpecIal .. i A""cVA.
ed tons CREW9. 'UTC"
1,500 whether or not she. ihall add to her A. S I fl
year the oven vapor yielded to the young girls, explaining. to them I me like a fox." praMnt!. territory tlw' followln sections' 1>1... Solicitor tot Coesplainsint.2It3.30 Tows of Stark.. 2.8.0t.3

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J i i LAWTEY accidental death of her son, David.f their home. Geneva, attended church at Brooker ably not have a word to say. the gospel. Many times-the childre-,

', I 't------- The young man was'employed on the Dr. Biggs, of Starke, was a professional Sunday evening. Sugar is one of the most staple will take this _step when such is '11

,".. I, Lawtey 10'f March 30.-Mr. and Mrs. log train and was under the locomotive visitor here this week. N. G. Hayes attended church at of foodstuffs. With an unlimitedfield desire of their parents. It is betttt

\!\f': \.J. J\E.'. Gootlfellow and children return- tightening a bolt when'the brakes I The railroad company moved their Brooker Sunday evening.J. of production, there is no danger for children to take this step in 'he

] ed to their home here Saturday from released and allowed the wheels to express office to the transfer building D. Baxter was in Starke Sunday of any shortage from natural formative period of life than to to*,,

Lakeland where they spent several run over his body, killing him instantly 1' this. week and have employed J. F. visiting. causes. The charge has been made a chance on having them do so Inter 1\
months. r J. T. Reddish accompanied his Houser as express messenger. This Cephus Harrell and sister Miss with truth that even in the midst of life.

Mrs. Everett and daughter of Jack mother. move relieves the congestion at the Lucile, attended church at Brooker the World War, there was not a Let the members_be much In ..,
I sonville, were guests Sunday of Mr. 1 Jack and Kyle Wilkerson, of Max- I depot. Sunday. moment when the Sugar Trust could for the meetings Sunday, pra
1 ', and Mrs. J. T. Moore. vine, were in town Monday C. B. Roberts, of Graham, was a John Harrell is on the sick list this not have supplied the world needs at "Mon: .
things are wrought by
and of Dock Melvin and Charlie Burch business visitor here Tuesday. I ,I and made handsome prayer thaI
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dye son, i I week.We normal prices A this, world dreams." Y6u
I I I visitors to Jacksonville Monday. The strawberry crop is recovering to i can hnj
1 Jacksonville, spent Sunday here at were are glad note Mrs. W. M.liarrell profit. the minister and 'the
; the home of Mr. und :Mrs. A. M. Blun- A. II. Harley left Tuesday, for Lo- I from the set back and 230 Crates were improving. I The hypocrisy of the Sugar,: Trustis Remember meetings with
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,t' r I (hard. ,.",:12 I I j ulse, Alachua county, where he has i shipped from here Monday. Livingston Runs was in our community exposed by the Oakland California I I your made prayers.a test of fellowship, nothing and
accepted position as j Julius Weaver, of Jacksonville, is Sunday afternoon. which the com
; sawyer Observer
Mr. and Mrs. Howe I announce-I|I munion but faith in Jesus Christ
r 1 children of Maeclvnny, were guests i W. H. Burt, of Hawthorne, spent visiting friends here this week. I Roswell Ward was in our section 'ment of the monopolists obedience to Him. All endeavor and
with friends in N. J. Dowling, of Pompano, was a <
J. Rowe. Sunday Monday Sunday afternoon. that certain branches, Including those'
a Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B.
for Bible school
1 I'Abe j present at
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'' Dr. and Mrs. E.:: L. Biggs, of Starke town. : business visitor here Saturday. I Marcus Howard passed through on the Pacific, would not raise prices m. The minister will read his II
) were visitor to Lawtey Sunday.W. I Dan Starling was a visitor to Jacksonville j!! Miss E. A. Nimmo, postmaster, here Sunday enroute to Brooker. I| at present, but had no sugar for sale form at the evening worship. PHI
E. Torodu 'was transacting bus- Sunday. states! that more than 1,000 pounds of S. C. Andreu and wife and daughter It is declared that the warehouses in

iness In Jacksonville Thursday. | A. M. Blanchard was a business> I I pecans were exported from Hampton I were visiting the Midway sec- California are filled to capacity. ; W. E.: DAUGHEKTT

P Mrs; John Griffin and son, Jeff, of visitor to Jacksonville Thursday. by parcel post this season. tion Saturday and Sunday.IIIGIILAND A tax levy approaching a fraction Minis...'" ;

r I Highland, were shopping in town Sat | The Sunday school at Grave! church I The Methodist quarterly confer I of the new sugar rate would cause a
sf urday.T. will render a bca-itiful Easter program enco will convene at the Methodist revolt powerful enough to retire an GET RID OF THAT
of Palatka .y
church Rev Bell,
J. Terry was a visitor to High I Sunday morning at the preaching / administration. Many families will .
Springs Sunday. hour. Everybody; invited to come presiding elder, will preach, and din- 1 Highland March 30,-Mrs. J. A.I' pay a bigger tax on their sugar than
Mrs. Rosa L. Hannan of Jacksonville Don Frigo was transacting business ner will be served. Everybody Starling, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bennett :: the collector will ask on their homes.
in ed to be present. invlt-// were visitors to Starke Thursday.
: i spent the week end here. Jacksonville Thursday.The -Dearborn Independent. fuel run down and half-
Miss Daisy Moore, of Theressa
Knock J. Roberts is spending a few Baptist "W. M. U. met at the Mrs. Mary Does, of Gainesville, nick all the time? Are you thin,
days at Baldwin and St. George, Ga., home of Mrs. J. L. Harrell Wednesday been the guest of Miss Hattie Tur- spent several days here last week, the CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTESWe ; pale, easily tired-no energy, no

this week. afternoon with a large member ner.F. guest of her daughter, Mrs. D. E. ambition,no"pep"?
J. Abernathy, of Graham, wasa Now is the time to take GtId ',
, R. It. Thede visited relatives in ship present. A delightful afternoonwas visitor Bell.D. extend an invitation to all to It will brace
business here Monday. E. Bell business visitorto Pepto-Mangan.: you up
i was a
Jacksonville Sunday. After the business meetIng attend the Easter next Sun-
spent. sermon give you a delightful feeling of vigor
J. F* Johnson was a recent visitorto
(j $ ; Mrs. Annie Brown Barrett and little hot tea and sandwiches, with a Jacksonville Friday.C. day at 11 a. m. All Christians who and ambition enrich your blood. build
Jacksonville. M. Click, of Jacksonville, was firm, solid flesh, and bring the healthy
i daughter, Stella, of Gainesville, side dish of corn dodgers and cabbage hold membership, ,in other commun-
were the guests Sunday of Mrs. M. broth.A transacting business here Friday.G. ities should be present at the morning color back to your skin.
c I BRADFORD II. Barker and J. L. Johnson motored Your druggist has Gude'sLiquidor
E. Edwards.
$25 check was received as a gift worship' and place their membership solid as you prefer.
b 1 I J. It. Eddins, of Gainesville, was I from Miss Bessie Terry, for which to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. with the church here, because
Bradford, March 30.-Mrs. E. E.
and Mrs. D. E. Bell and chil-
f IW i I transacting business here last week. thanks. a Christian should belong to the I G..ide.speptoMangan
the W. M. U. gave a vote Baxter is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
dren left Monday for Baldwin where
tit' John KOMle of Maxville
I was a church in the community where he
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C. M. Andreu this they will resideMn the future.
visitor here
' \ : : Saturday. HAMPTON lives.
>; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan, Miss OII M. Andreu and wife were the Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thompson have asked to
Parents are use their influence -
.. guests of H. O. Brown and family moved to Maxville where will be
ite Marr and Baldwin Marr of Starke they I
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I Hampton, March 30.-Mrs. W. L. Sunday at Starke. I located. with their children, to have Tonic and Blood Enricher
I were visitors here Sunday.
them go forward next Sunday to obey
J. L. Harell Bugg was a business visitor to the Ray Andreu was in our community Dewey Bennett of Lawtey, visited
in Jacksonville was transacting Thursday. county seat Tuesday. Sunday. relatives here Monday and Tuesday. __ h ___ __ _

,/ L. II. 11111 and B. L. Blanchard were Messrs. A. A. Durden and family, Rand Crews was in Starke Sunday Strawberries through this section '-

visitors to Kingsley Thursday.Mr. !, J. H. Suxon and family returned to visiting.A have about recovered from the recent :

and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, of their home Monday after a visit with fish fry was enjoyed at, Dukes I freeze[I and are coming in abundantly. FOR

.: Starke, visited relatives here Sunday. friends and relating In Tampa. ferry bridge Thursday in honor of I The growers are mostly shipping in OWNERSW.
Miss Louise Blanchard of Macclen- Mrs. Sullivan, who has been the several birthdays which came during iced cars from Lawtey.G. .
1 :, -:' ny, spent Sunday with her parents, guest of her son, Cleveland Sullivan, March. There was an abundance offish II. Barker, returned Tuesday
\. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. of Theressa, has returned to her home and other good eats, and the occasion from a visit with relatives in SouthJackson'ville.

, :' ':'i'f'; 'Melvin and Lonnie Prescott, of here.Mrs W. M.was Andreu greatly, and enjoyed wife-by were all.the P. Carpenter made 25 miles per gallon with a

I,, !: Highland, were in town Saturday. W. B. Roper, of Jacksonville,
guests of his mother Wednesday and roads Lake Geneva
P. S. Gasizer over
Clyde Moseley spent Sunday in Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Elsie average
Jacksonville with friends. Sparkman, this week. Thursday. .
Motor-meter showed increase of heat.
I' Mr. and" Mrs. c., H. Newsom and Within a short time the retail priceof way. no
It Mr. and Mrs. Lem Sapp and children The M. V.:
l W. will
\ Baptist serve a '
children, of Jacksonville, were visiting granulated sugar has risen from a Car and flexible. Get F Ffor
?11, J' of Jacksonville, were visitors supper at the City Hall next Friday. stronger pulling more one
Mrs. Newsom's mother, Mrs. C. level
of about six cents a pound to
' ,1, ['I' to town Sunday. The supper will consist of chicken, M. Andreu last week. nine and eleven cents, or 60 per cent. your Ford. $7.50 put on. '
Mrs. Jesse. Reddish was called to salad cake
pies, pickles and punch.
Misses Blanche and Fay Andreu attended
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I, '. "' i Conner, Ga., Friday on account of the Serving will begin at 6:30.: Every- church at Brooker Sunday. "because of a threatened short

... fie Quinine ':i dat Dot Not Affect !''. tie;! body invited. Rev Joyner passed through here age, prices will be" so on, no explana-
P.TT"5o' i I QUININE (Tahlotn) can tx taken Maryville, Tenn. who have been
here church.
l b/ enwno without emu.loll l ni>rvou nii ri or r'nuliu I fact-finding committees whichare &
, .e.:; J ; 111 th.tattid. LW.GRUYEeoature: : ou bull at* during(the winter, have returned to Malcolm Harrell and sister, Miss j paid to .keep us posted will prob- "'''''''R.n.'....... .........p.11J! 'In,1..0.0. >wIUIPII/I'O.' .... ...........>11 \

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